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Candace Cameron Bure Cries for Fallen Soldiers in Emotional Video

Showing her true colours. Candace Cameron Bure maintains a reasonably optimistic social media presence, however the 45-year-old determined to point out a special aspect of herself on Saturday, August 28.

After sharing an excellent hair selfie and packing photograph by way of her Instagram Story, Cameron Bure determined to get actual for a second along with her followers in an emotional video. “Hi, I keep debating if I should post anything, but I just wanted to because I’m always so happy on Instagram,” the actress defined with tears in her eyes. “I just wanted to show you my own humanity of how heavy my heart is.”

The Fuller House alum revealed that she will be able to’t take her eyes away from the information about Afghanistan. Thirteen U.S. service members died and a minimum of 18 extra have been injured on Thursday, August 26, after a suicide bomber attacked close to Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport. At least 90 Afghans died in the tragedy.

“I just keep looking at all the faces of those military servicemen that have died and the people of Afghanistan and all the Americans, and it’s so hard to look at,” Cameron Bure stated whereas crying.

Candace Cameron Bure cried for fallen troopers after a terrorist assault in Afghanistan.

The Hallmark star continued, “As an American and as a mama, I am just mourning the loss of all those people and my heart just breaks.”

The Los Angeles native shares daughter Natasha, 23, in addition to sons Lev, 21, and Maksim, 19, with husband Valeri Bure. She married the previous hockey participant in 1996.

The mom of three returned to her Instagram Story after drying most of her tears. “I collected myself, but I’m packing for a trip today. I’m leaving and I’m leaving my family for a while,” she defined. “All my emotions just hit me today, and all I can think about is sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with you.”

The Dancing With the Stars alum defined that her religion is what retains her sturdy in unhappy moments like this. “Jesus brings us good news,” Cameron Bure stated. “It’s salvation for every one of us. There might be some of you thinking, ‘Your religion is for you. Keep it to yourself.’”

The star added that she wanted to share her non secular views to be an excellent Christian. “If I didn’t share that good news with you, I would be the biggest hypocrite of a Christian because God tells us to go share the good news with everyone,” she stated. The former cohost of The View recited a Bible passage, John 3:16-17, earlier than signing off.

While the Make It or Break It alum doesn’t cry too usually on social media, her newest emotional message comes shortly after one other tearful clip. Earlier this month, the mother cried for a really completely different purpose — her youngest little one left for faculty.

On Sunday, August 22, the Christmas film queen mentioned dropping her “baby” off on the airport. “I’m very sad that I didn’t get to go to take him to college,” she stated by way of her Instagram Story from the passenger seat whereas husband, 47, drove them house. “I had to just drop him off at LAX, and I’m getting no sympathy from someone.”

The Russian dad wasn’t as heartbroken as his spouse. He quipped, “That’s what’s wrong with America. … Raising soft kids.”

After the previous little one star acknowledged that each one youngsters “have to grow up,” the athlete added, “He’s 19 years old, by the way. I moved from Russia to U.S. by myself. I was 16 or 17. My mom didn’t drop me off, by the way.” Cameron Bure advised her followers she was “still sad” and requested, “Who’s with me?”

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