Candace Cameron Bure Reveals Her Family’s Sunday Tradition of 20 Years

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December 07, 2017Dec 07, 2017

Candace Cameron Bure, actress best-known for her role as DJ Tanner on “Full House” and “Fuller House,” appeared in an exclusive interview with TODAY recently to answer questions about her morning routines.

In her answers to a variety of different questions, Bure discussed details on her morning workouts, favorite breakfast foods, favorite breakfast partner, and more.

One of the most heartwarming responses from the award-winning actress was about a family tradition.

Bure was asked, “Do you and your family have any morning rituals?”

Although her family doesn’t have any everyday morning routines, they do have a Sunday morning tradition that they have been doing together for two decades—the farmer’s market and church.

Bure stated, “My family and I, we have our Sunday morning family traditions. We always go to the farmer’s market for breakfast, because we buy food for the day, but they also have prepared food so we eat breakfast there before we go to church. And we’ve been doing that for 20 years.”

It’s no secret that Bure is a proud, outspoken Christian. Even apart from her family, she upholds taking part in her faith-filled practices.

In a response to a question about any “Fuller House” morning traditions, Bure revealed that before every show, the cast gets together in a huddle and shouts. During that time, she prays.

Bure said, “We have pre-show rituals, which is like, we all gather hands in a huddle and we scream and yell and say things — I pray — and then we go ‘And break!’ And that’s, like, our thing we do. And we’ve done it every episode on ‘Full House’ and every episode on ‘Fuller House.’”

Listen to Candace Cameron Bure’s full interview below:

https://twitter.com/TODAYshow/status/938786948713349121

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