Candace Cameron Bure shares rare photo from her second date with husband Valeri Bure

Good things come to those who wait.

Candace Cameron Bure On Tuesday she shared a photo of her second date with her now husband, Valeri Bureand explained why it took them so long between their first and second outing. The image appeared as part of an “Ask Me Anything” Instagram story in which a fan asked, “How did you meet your husband?”

Sharing a sweet, baby-faced photo, the Most complete house The star, 48, explained the early difficulties of their relationship and how they bonded as teenagers.

“This photo was our second date, 6 months after the first, taken in Fredericton, New Brunswick. We talked on the phone between that time because we lived in different cities,” she wrote. To answer a follower’s question, she replied: “We met at a charity hockey game in Los Angeles, @coulier introduced us.”

Candace Cameron Bure and her husband Valeri Bure in a photo from their second date@candacecameronbure

The person he tagged is none other than David Coulierhis Full house co-star who played his character’s uncle on the show. Coulier, 64, is a well-known hockey enthusiast, while Valeri, who was born in Russia, played hockey professionally in his youth.

Candace and Valeri started dating when she was just 17 and married two years later in 1996. The couple share three children, Natasha, 25, Lev, 24, whom Candace recently announced he had married — and Maksim, 22 years old.

A few years ago, the Great American Family channel actress He shared a photo from the first night he met Valeri. at the Luc Robitaille charity hockey game. The 1994 photo shows a young actress with several of her Full house co-stars, including Lori Loughlin, Bob Saget and Courier.

In 2021, Candace chatted with ET about their 25-year marriage and the secret to making love last. She shared that her strategy, although simple, is to simply understand that marriage is a roller coaster, but that one should want to ride it with her partner.

“Some days you just have to tough it out, because you’re in it and you have to stay in it, even if you don’t want to be in it. There are hills and valleys along the way.” She explained. “Especially last year, we all stayed home so much. I fell in love with my husband again. We spent so much time that I remember all the things I forgot because life has been so busy.”


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