Candace Cameron Gets Emotional Reading John Stamos' Memoir

The 'Full House' actress heaps praise on her television co-star, claiming she learned a lot more about him from his newly-released 'beautiful' tell-all book.

AceShowbiz - Candace Cameron Bure wept "like a baby" when she read John Stamos' memoir. The 47-year-old actress featured on the classic sitcom "Full House" alongside John and the late Bob Saget - who died in January 2022 aged 65 after accidentally hitting his head - and admitted that when she listened to the audiobook version of "If You Would Have Told Me", she learned so much about her former co-star.

"I cried like a baby. I actually listened to it on audio and he narrates it and it's so good. It was a beautiful book. His last chapter was all about Bob and, kind of, having closure to that part of his life - and it was really beautiful," she told UsWeekly.

"There was lots that I did know and it was just so beautiful. There were so many stories that I had never heard before. It truly was John's heart because he's a person who loves people and values his family so very much. And it was just a touching memoir."

Meanwhile, the former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant - who has daughter Natasha, 25, and sons Lev, 23, and Maksim 21, with husband Valeri Bure - went on to share that reading to her children when they were small was one of her favourite things to do and loved to "initiate conversation" with books.

She said, "Reading to my kids, particularly when they were younger, it was my favourite thing to do with them. I love books. They're a great way to teach lessons but also hear what your kids are thinking about, and it invites conversations. I remember reading in different voices to make it a fun time."

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