Candace Cameron Bure is opening up about her marriage once again. The Fuller House star admitted last talked about the struggles she faced while in quarantine with her family. TV Shows Ace previously revealed the details of her latest interview with Us Weekly. The actress admitted that her marriage to her husband, Val Bure, took a hit during that time.
Now, she’s talking about how it healed her marriage. The couple found themselves home together most of the time, which can be a challenge for most married couples. However, that wasn’t the case for Candace and Val. She admits that the pandemic has been “great” for their relationship.
The plus side of the COVID-19 pandemic for married couples
Some married couples have found it hard to get along during the COVID-19 pandemic. This prolonged time behind closed doors made them feel even more trapped in their marriage. For married couples who are always busy and on the go, this can be an adjustment. At first, it was an adjustment for Candace Cameron Bure and Val Bure. On the plus side, that extra time together allowed them to strengthen their bond.
“I think that the great thing was that we realized how much we love each other, and that might sound silly. We have busy lifestyles and we both travel a lot for our jobs. So when you’re back at home and you’re spending 24 hours a day [together], it can either go both ways,” she told People on Thursday, April 22. “It’s going to be good or bad, and it has been really great.”
After 25 years of marriage, the couple is still madly in love with each other. Being together reminded them of why they married each other in the first place. Candace married the former hockey player in 1996. They share three children — daughter, Natasha, 22, and sons Levi, 21, and Maksim, 19. All of their kids moved back in with them at the start of the pandemic. As of recently, Natasha was the first to move out of the Bure family home.
Candace Cameron Bure opens up about parental struggles
The Full House alum admits that the start of 2020 was a good year for the family. Candace Cameron Bure loves spending time with her kids. With everyone under the same large roof, the Bure family found it challenging to keep up with their work and school responsibilities – especially when they have to share everything. Yes, even in a big mansion.
“I don’t have an office in my home, so it was like, my husband gets the kitchen table. I get the bedroom,” Candace explained. “Obviously, my kids have their own rooms, but that’s how we work — everyone goes to their room. We all have to be quiet because everyone’s doing homework or college studies or Zoom meetings, or my husband’s giving a tasting for our wine business.”