Candace Cameron Bure was topped Hallmark Channel’s “Christmas queen” after making her tenth vacation movie.

The actress, who’s at present starring in “The Christmas Contest,” admitted it was overwhelming at first.

“I did feel an immense amount of pressure [last year] as every movie does well in the ratings,” the 45-year-old not too long ago advised Us Weekly. “And then you always want to hit that mark and exceed that mark. And last year, I finally let it go because it’s not the reason why I make these movies.”

The former “Fuller House” star mentioned it’s been essential for her to make family-friendly programming. And she’s not able to cross on her coveted title anytime quickly.


Candace Cameron Bure said creating family-friendly programming has been important to her.

Candace Cameron Bure mentioned creating family-friendly programming has been essential to her.
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“I make them because I love them,” Cameron Bure defined. “And I know that the viewers that watch them really love them, and they mean something to them. I always try to make it the best that I can, but I let the pressure go last year.”

“It made making this one that much better because I just enjoyed it,” she continued. “And, you know, I’m trying not to think about all the other markers. Let it be what it is and enjoy it.”

Back in July 2020, Cameron Bure advised Fox News she’s proud of her Christian beliefs.

“My faith is really the foundation of who I am,” the actress defined. “It’s so important to me, and it’s always a part of me, whether it’s at home and privately, or when I’m reading the Bible in Bible study. But also at work, and the choices I make within work, and the companies I choose to work with and the projects that I choose to take on.”

(L-R) Candace Cameron Bure is a proud mom of three.

(L-R) Candace Cameron Bure is a proud mother of three.
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“The Bible to me is truth,” Cameron Bure continued. “I can always go back to the word of God and find the hope, the encouragement, the positivity, the trust that I know I have in Jesus. And so it never fails, even when life doesn’t go the way I want it to or had planned it to. I know that God’s in control of everything.

“I live by religion in all the things, in all the things that I do, and each facet of my life. So it’s not simply one thing that I depend on or is a crutch. I imply, it’s genuinely who I’m. How does it assist me? It’s laborious to say as a result of it’s only a half of my being.”

The “Fuller House” star admitted that over the years, she had to pass on several scripts because they didn’t align with her beliefs.

“I’ve had quite a bit of these, passing on initiatives, saying no to initiatives as a result of they didn’t really feel proper for me,” she shared. “And quite a bit of these had been as a result of of the boundaries that I’ve created for myself throughout the decisions I knew I used to be going to make. And some of them had been very easy to cross on.”

Candace Cameron Bure (center) with her ‘Fuller House’ cast mates Jodie Sweetin (left) and Andrea Barber.

Candace Cameron Bure (middle) along with her ‘Fuller House’ solid mates Jodie Sweetin (left) and Andrea Barber.
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However, Cameron Bure did reveal that whereas some initiatives could have appeared tempting, her religion has at all times come first in her profession.

“Some of them, it hurt, definitely,” mentioned Cameron Bure. “There’s some that I’ve wanted, and you’re like, ‘Ugh, it’s not so bad.’ But in my heart, I’m like, ‘But it’s not right for me.’ And that is what I’ve always trusted, that if I can’t walk away having done something and be super proud of it, or if I have any sort of red flag in my heart that I may have regret over this, ever again, if it’s not this thing that seems bad to everyone, but in my spirit, it doesn’t feel right, I just know that’s made it easier to make that decision to stay true to who I am.”