Us Weekly: Candace Cameron Bure Hopes to Become the Hot Grandmother after Son Lev's Engagement
Actress Candace Cameron Bure is overjoyed by her son Lev's engagement and hopes that he will soon make her a "hot grandmother."
Candace opened up about her hopes of welcoming a grandchild into her life as soon as possible, after revealing that her son Lev, whom she shares with former hockey player Valeri Bure is engaged.
“We will love them unconditionally. We will want to be a part of [their] lives, want to be a part of the grandkids’ lives. I don’t want to do anything to rock the boat. I just want to be there to support.”
Candace has passed on her deep faith to her son, and it's something he shares with Taylor. The "Fuller House" star is determined to be the best mother-in-law ever and has special plans for when she becomes a grandmother.
The 44-year-old stunner has joking said that she is determined to be a "hot grandmother" to Lev and Taylor's future children and to be there to love and support them.
Valeri and Candace have been together for 24 years, and have been giving their son plenty of good advice learned from their own marriage journey
While most women dread the day they will bear the label "grandmother," Candace, who adores children, can't wait for the day when one of her children presents her with grandkids. She said:
“It is so exciting to me. I can’t wait until the day I do become a grandma, whether that’s a few years or five years or 10, whatever, I love children.”
Candace also shares daughter Natasha, 22, and son Maksim, 18, with husband, Valeri, but Lev -- the middle child -- is the first one to take the big step, and start a family of his own.
Valeri and Candace have been together for 24 years, and have been giving their son plenty of good advice learned from their own marriage journey. The secret to their happiness, they confided, is communication.
As for her oldest daughter, Natasha, Candace has revealed that the beautiful young actress doesn't date enough to need any advice from mom and dad.
Candace is devoting much of her time to helping as a volunteer and raising money for the Salvation Army, especially now that the COVID-19 pandemic has left so many in a precarious situation.