Candace Cameron Bure is feeling very nostalgic about her 25th wedding anniversary this month.
The “Fuller House” star searched the internet to find pictures from the night in 1994 that she met her husband, Valeri Bure, at a hockey game.
Cameron Bure, the 45-year-old star, posted on Instagram, featuring a throwback photo of herself at the game with “Full House” co-stars Dave Coulier, Bob Saget, and Lori Loughlin. Coulier introduced her to her husband after the charity game.
The mother-of-three got emotional in her caption about how excited she was to meet the “super cute” athlete. She would go on to marry the Russian native in 1996.
“In light of our 25th wedding anniversary, I did some internet digging. The first photo is the night I was introduced and met my future husband, Valeri Bure. This photo was taken in 1994 at the Luc Robitaille charity hockey game @dcoulier invited @bobsaget, Lori Loughlin and me to,” she wrote.
“Swipe left to the second photo. Look closely. Do you see Lori and me watching the game?!” she added about a second pic showing her and Loughlin watching the players.
In a third photo, she wrote, “Centered is a super cute, blonde haired, extremely talented Russian pro hockey player in the blue helmet talking with his talented super star brother, Pavel.”
Last week, she shared her advice on achieving a happy marriage while celebrating her 25th wedding anniversary with her husband.
Cameron Bure shared a selfie with Valeri from Pebble Beach Resorts in California, where the two enjoyed days at the spa, relaxing on the beach, and walks on the golf course.
"June 22nd we celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary 🥂!! 25 years🙌🏼!! 🙏🏻 Praise the Lord for His faithfulness and, in humility, our willingness to trust Him and allow those who've gone before us and those who haven't but know God's Word to speak into us. And grateful for every other bit of solid advice and encouragement in between 😭," Cameron Bure captioned her post.
The star highlighted her strong religious values while sharing advice on how to stay happily married for two-and-a-half decades.
"I'm often asked for marriage advice. What's the secret? Lord knows I will never write a book about it because we are still learning every year, every day. Grace. Grace. Grace," she wrote.