Candace Cameron Bure Urges Fans to ‘Go Hug a Friend’ on Anniversary of ‘Full House’ Dad Bob Saget’s Death

Candace Cameron Bure is recollecting her television father Bounce Saget. The Full House star shared a sweet recognition for her late costar on Monday, the one-year commemoration of his passing. “I kept awake for a really long time watching recordings of Sway on my telephone,” Bure, 46, composed on Instagram.

“Recordings I was unable to watch a year prior since it hurt excessively. The previous evening they made me chuckle 😂”

She proceeded, “They ameliorated me and made me feel good inside. I watched them again and again and snickered so hard. I miss him so much and I’m appreciative he was my companion for such countless years. I love you, Bob❤️ *now go embrace a companion like Sway would.”

Bure and Saget’s costar Dave Coulier likewise paused for a minute to impart a memory to Saget — including an image of a warm embrace between the companions before the Full house.

“Weave could continuously draw out the fifth grader in me,” composed Coulier, 63. “I met him when I was only an obscure, 18 year-old standup at a little club in Detroit.

We became moment brothers.” He added, “In some cases, I actually get my telephone, prepared to share one of the many senseless pieces that we did together.

Eventually today, Sick contemplate the amount I miss him and I’ll cry a few tears. Then, at that point, I’ll hear Sway’s voice, and it’ll make me snicker.

Partake in the gifts of life while they’re still here with you. Tell those you love that you love them… and embrace them like Bounce Saget. #huglikebobsaget”


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Saget was tracked down dead at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Florida, on Jan. 9, 2021. After one month, his family affirmed that he died because of head injury. He was 65.

He played Danny Leather expert on Full House beginning in 1987. Bure went along with him as on-screen daugher D.J. Leather expert, and Coulier played comic buddy Joey Gladstone. Each of the three entertainers repeated their jobs on the reboot Fuller House, which ran on Netflix from 2016 to 2020.

Soon after his demise was affirmed, Bure responded to the news, composing on Twitter, “I don’t have the foggiest idea what to say.

I have no words. Sway was quite possibly of the best people I’ve at any point known in my life. I cherished him to such an extent.”

The next day, Bure posted a slideshow of photographs highlighting her and Saget on the Full House and Fuller House set embracing and grinning at one another.

“I love you sooooo much. I would rather not bid farewell 💔. 35 years wasn’t sufficiently long,” she subtitled the pictures.

Bure later honored Saget in an extensive Instagram post, referring to the late entertainer as “the paste” of her Full House family. “Goodness, Sway. Why’d you need to leave us unexpectedly early? We are all family, however you were the paste,” Cameron Bure composed close to a photograph of her embracing Saget. “The tacky, untidy, soft, sweet, adorable paste.

“My experience growing up is enveloped with you, my developmental teenaged years and the remainder of adulthood,” she wrote to some extent, next to a photograph of her embracing Saget. “We’ve forever been so profoundly associated since the day we met when I was 10 years of age.

You weren’t very much like a dad, however perhaps of my dearest companion throughout everyday life. This damages like nothing I’ve at any point felt.”


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Bure’s recognition post comes after Saget’s widow Kelly Rizzo thought about her most memorable year without the entertainer.

In a new appearance on the Today Show, Rizzo, 43, made sense of what moves her along through the pain — and it incorporates a portion of individuals and ideas that Saget cherished truly.

“At the point when I contemplate the way that I haven’t conversed with, or seen my significant other in a year, that is extremely dreamlike and incredibly, bizarre,” she said through tears.

Rizzo likewise said she’s attempting to inject a portion of Saget’s hopefulness into the manner in which she laments: “I’m genuinely attempting to take from it how you might transform this into a positive encounter since Weave did that. He had such a lot of misfortune in his life, and he transformed everything into a positive, intelligent experience.

That’s what assuming he did, I need to involve this involvement with the same way.”

“The missing him and the being miserable about it doesn’t disappear,” Rizzo added. “The sadness presently has transformed into this colossal appreciation for the time that we had together.”