Bob Saget Responds To Candace Cameron Bure’s Photo Of Husband Grabbing Her Breast

Last week, we reported that former “Full House” star Candace Cameron Bure had fired back at haters who were attacking her for posting a photo that showed her husband grabbing her breast. Now, Bure’s former co-star Bob Saget has broken his silence about the controversy.

On Friday, Bure reposted the photo that showed her husband, former pro-hockey player Valeri Bure, grabbing her breast.

“Love you guys and congrats on second base!!!” Saget commented.

Saget starred alongside Bure on both “Full House” and “Fuller House,” which just ended its five season run on Netflix.

This comes after Bure fired back at the “haters” who were criticizing her for the photo.

“For all of the Christians that are questioning my post with my husband’s hand on my boob — my husband of 24 years — thinking it was inappropriate, it makes me laugh because it’s my husband. We have so much fun together,” Bure said in a series of videos that she posted to her Instagram story.

“He can touch me any time he wants, and I hope he does,” she added. “This is what a healthy, good marriage and relationship is all about.”

Bure went on to say that “most” of her fans loved the post, which she shared with her husband’s “permission.” The actress then started apologizing to her haters, but quickly stopped herself.

“I’m sorry if it offended you — I’m actually not sorry,” Bure said with a laugh. “I’m glad we have fun together after so many years. He can touch me all day long.”

Last week, Bure also opened up about why she would never want to return to “The View,” which she cohosted for a season in 2016.

“I just don’t publicly want to talk about politics,” Bure told Fox News. “Not because I don’t believe that my viewpoints and opinions are important but I would much rather share Jesus with people. That’s really my passion.”

“I don’t want to get into the political debate because it just is about division and separation,” she added. “And I want to learn. I want to be [part of] a conversation about how to build a bridge.”

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