Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha says in a new social media post that her views on clothing and modesty have undergone a major transformation and that she is showing “less skin” than she did a year or two ago.
Natasha Bure, who turns 25 Tuesday, made the remarks in an Instagram Story post while responding to a question from a fan about modesty. Bure has appeared in several movies and television series, including Home Sweet Home (2020), The Farmer and the Belle: Saving Santaland (2020), Faith, Hope & Love (2019) and Switched for Christmas (2017).
“A year or two ago, I dressed COMPLETELY different and showed WAY more of my body than I ever needed to. I’ll look back at old photos and think,” she wrote alongside shocked emojis.
Bure implied that her Christian beliefs swayed her views on modesty. Her Instagram bio lists a Bible verse, Romans 12:2(“Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.”)
Referencing old photos that now shock her, Bure wrote, “A lot of that came from where I was finding my worth and thinking that showing more skin was more attractive.”
“I actually think the opposite now,” she wrote. “I think dressing classy & upholding modesty is so beautiful. I'll actually feel myself 100x more & am so much more confident in outfits that show less skin. I still want to dress stylishly and keep up with the trends, but I don’t ever want to compromise my values. I want my words and how I present myself to match.”
An actress and singer, Bure will appear in the upcoming holiday movie A Christmas for the Ages, according to ENews. She released a single, Unlove You, in May. Bure has 580,000 followers on Instagram. She also has a YouTube channel with 260,000 subscribers.
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Michael Foust has covered the intersection of faith and news for 20 years. His stories have appeared in Baptist Press, Christianity Today, The Christian Post, the Leaf-Chronicle, the Toronto Star and the Knoxville News-Sentinel.