Candace Cameron Bure Is “So Blessed” To Play Her “Full House” Character For Over A Decade

Just as we have our favorite movies and stuff, actors also have the character that they’re most proud of portraying.

For Candace Cameron Bure, playing D.J. Tanner will always be her highlight moment. Here’s to D.J. Tanner and her epic wedding dress.

Candace Cameron Bure Pays Tribute To D.J. Tanner With Throwback Wedding Picture

On Friday, Bure dug out an old picture of D.J. Tanner to celebrate the 36th anniversary of the first time she played the character.

The throwback picture showed her character wearing a wedding dress, which she later wore in the beloved sitcom’s sequel, “Fuller House.”

Candace Cameron Bure Is “So Blessed” To Play Her “Full House” Character For Over A Decade

“That Friday feeling 🙌🏼— flashback to finding the DJ wedding dress ✨,” she captioned the sweet Instagram pic, which saw her smiling widely with her hands in the air.

“Today also marks 36 years since becoming DJ Tanner.” “What a ride,” she fondly wrote. “So blessed!”

Fans of the show will no doubt remember D.J. walking down the aisle with her childhood sweetheart Steve Hale (played by Scott Weinger) in a chaotic, but wholesomely sweet, triple wedding in the “Fuller House” finale season.

Before Tying The Knot With Steve, D.J. Was Formerly Married To Tommy Fuller Sr. (Dan Thiel), Who Sadly Died Doing His Fire Fighting Duties.

They shared three sons: Jackson (Michael Campion), Max (Elias Harger) and Tommy Jr. (played by twins Dashiell and Fox Messitt).

The original series ran on ABC from Sept. 1987 to May 1995, for a total of eight seasons. Aside from Bure and Weinger, the sitcom also starred John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Jodie Sweetin, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Lori Loughlin and Andrea Barber.

In February 2016, the series returned on Netflix and followed adult D.J. as a widowed mother raising three sons. The series had a five season run, with numerous stars reprising their roles.

There were also new characters joining in to play the roles of D.J. and Kimmy (Barber)’s kids as well as D.J., Stephanie (Sweetin) and Kimmy’s love interests.

And even with the sequel ending in a high note, fans still want more and Dave Coulier, who plays Joey on the show, promises they’re ready to get back in whenever another revival happens.

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