When it comes to sharing pictures online, Natasha Bure has a distinct standard she holds herself to.
Natasha, 24, who is Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter, has amassed more than 500,000 Instagram followers, has always been quite forthright about her fervent opinions. The actress is now explaining on the app why she has decided to dress more modestly.
According to E! News, Natasha stated on Friday, August 11, through her Instagram Story, “Modesty & I have come a long way honestly.” “A year or two ago, I dressed COMPLETELY differently and showed way more of my body than I ever needed to.”
Natasha claimed that she spent time attempting to determine her “worth” and “thinking that revealing more of her body was more beautiful.”
“I actually think the opposite now,” she said. “I believe maintaining modesty and wearing formally are very lovely. I’ll really feel 100 times more secure and myself in clothing that exposes less flesh.
Natasha doesn’t want to give up her sense of style just because she wants to dress more modestly.
She said, “I still want to look good and follow trends, but I never want to compromise my values.” “I want my words and my demeanor to be consistent!”
Natasha shares her mother’s beliefs on modesty, stating that she favored more conservative dresses while dancing on Dancing With the Stars in 2014.
“The two things that are most significant in my life are my faith and my family, and I know that is what will be sufficient to get me past this competition,” said 47-year-old Cameron Bure to partner Mark Ballas at the time. (The pair eventually finished third in the dancing competition’s season 18). I’m not going to be your seductive girl, but I do want to look well and feel attractive as a mom of three, so I will probably stick to more subdued costumes.
With her usually contentious religious views, Cameron Bure, who also has kids Lev, 23, and Maksim, 21, with her husband Valeri Bure, frequently makes headlines.
Fans were astonished when the former Hallmark Channel Christmas Queen, who also appeared on Full House, abruptly quit the network in April 2022 to join Great American Media. A few months later, she began serving as the division’s chief creative officer for the Great American Family brand.
“My heart wants to tell things that have more significance, meaning, and depth behind these people,” Cameron Bure said at the time to WSJ. Magazine. I was aware that the creators of Great American Family were devout Christians who cherished the Lord and desired to advance both family-friendly entertainment and faith-based programming. The comment that the network’s movies were primarily concerned with “traditional marriage at the core” was followed by immediate criticism from the LGBTQIA+ community and its allies.
In response to her former Full House and Fuller House co-stars’ comments, Jodie Sweetin shared “some important legislations coming up in the Senate” on Instagram in 2022. She urged her followers to call their senators “and urge them to vote YES for the Respect for Marriage Act” in support of the LGBTQIA+ community. (The measure was approved and became enforceable in December of that year, guaranteeing same-sex marriage was protected by federal law.)
Sweetin, 41, said in a statement to Us Weekly on Friday that she was “disappointed” that Great American Family had acquired the rights to her new romantic comedy, Craft Me a Story.
She told Us that “as actors, sometimes we don’t have control over which network buys the projects we’re in, nor are we a part of the process in which they get sold.” I was therefore shocked to discover in the news yesterday that the independent movie I worked on for almost a year had been bought by Great American Family.
The actress said, “I am disappointed, but in keeping with my mission of supporting the LGBTQ+ family, any potential or future money made from this sale will be donated to LGBTQ+ organizations.”