Candace Cameron Bure Reveals Husband Doesn't Like Her Kissing Co-Stars, Avoids 'Fuller House' Set

(Photo: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni)Cast member Candace Cameron Bure poses at the premiere for the Netflix television series "Fuller House" at The Grove in Los Angeles, California, February 16, 2016.

Candace Cameron-Bure says her husband, Valeri Bure, doesn't like to see his wife kissing other men, so he avoids the set of her "Fuller House" series.

During a "Fuller House" panel Q&A at The Paley Center in Beverly Hills earlier this month, Bure told Us Weekly that she dislikes kissing other men on screen and her husband is not a fan of it either.

"I'll be honest, I'm like, I'm kind of over it in the sense that I don't like that I keep kissing two different men! I'd like to stick with one guy," the 41-year-old actress told Us Weekly, referring to her love triangle with actors Scott Weinger (Steve) and John Brotherton (Matt) in the popular Netflix series.

Bure said her days of lip locking on film and TV are numbered because as the years go on, she's getting fed up with kissing multiple people.

"Sometimes I'm doing my Hallmark movies and we've got a new guy in each movie. I'm getting more uncomfortable with it the older I'm getting. I'm like, 'I don't want to keep doing this!'" the "Dancing With the Stars" Season 18 finalist exclaimed.

Bure went on to share that her husband of 21 years avoids watching her romantic scenes altogether. She admitted that the former ice hockey player only visited once or twice while she was filming for the new season of "Fuller House."

"He actually doesn't watch anything that I do for that very reason. Because it's uncomfortable and I totally understand and respect it," she explained. "He's always held a position that, 'I don't want to ever tell you not to or stop you from your job,' and all that, but he doesn't want to watch and I respect that. And it's the boundaries."

Although Valeri has kept a standard when it comes to his wife's on camera kissing, he's very supportive of what she does. During her stint on "The View," he made several guest appearances whether on camera with her or in the audience.

"He watched me on 'The View.' He likes to see me as myself, so he really liked watching me co-host on 'The View' because it was me," Bure continued. "But he always gets a little weird when I'm acting because he's like, 'But that's not my wife.'"

Bure said their three children, however, love to mooch off of their mother's career. The "Fuller House" star went on to tell the publication that her children — Natasha, 19, Maksim, 15, and Lev, 17, ask different companies to send them free things with the promise Bure will promote their products on social media.

"They are teenagers. They know how to do it," she gushed.

Bure and Valeri met through her "Full House" co-star Dave Coulier and got married in June 1996. Bure drew media scrutiny in 2014 for revealing that she takes a "submissive" role to her husband. Nevertheless, the Christian wife maintained that she was sticking to a biblical foundation and that's how she has made her marriage work for so long.

Season 3 of "Fuller House" is now streaming on Netflix.

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