power games! Candace Cameron Bure, Erin Andrews and more celebrities found love with professional ice hockey players.
That Full house Alum was introduced to the current husband Valery Bure at a charity hockey game hosted by Costar Dave Coulier. The couple married in 1996 and the Hallmark actress is still head over heels in love.
“He makes me laugh a lot, which is a very good quality,” she gushed Us weekly exclusively in 2019. “He’s just such a brave person. We always have interesting conversations. I love his passion and his strength so much. He is so supportive of me and our children.”
The couple have three children together: daughter Natasha and sons Maksim and Lev. Though their relationship is solid, Cameron Bure has been open about ups and downs with the retired athlete.
“Marriage is a wonderful thing, a beautiful thing, but there will always be hard times,” she said Us in 2018. “There’s no one else that has that amazingly perfect marriage. … You just keep at it and keep at it.”
For her part, Andrews has also faced challenges in her romance with her now-husband Jarrett Stoll. “I have no idea what tomorrow will bring,” said the sports journalist red book Magazine in September 2015 when asked if she and Stoll would spend the rest of their lives together. “We grew up thinking that our lives would be a Taylor Swift song. Then you get older and wiser. You don’t know what will bring you happiness.”
Earlier this year, the Canadian native was arrested on suspicion of possession of cocaine and ecstasy. After the incident, he struck a plea deal and committed to creating a hockey program for at-risk children as his community service.
By 2017, the couple had tied the knot at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. A few years later, Andrews opened up about her “tough” IVF journey after undergoing the procedure for the seventh time.
“There are so many other women who might put their careers on hold because they don’t want to miss an opportunity,” Andrews explained Notice in August 2021. “It’s so common for people to start families late and put so many other aspects of their lives on hold. … You could go through this whole experience and get absolutely nothing from it. That’s the crazy part. It’s a lot of money, it’s a lot of time, it’s a lot of mental and physical anguish. And mostly they are unsuccessful.”
Three months later, Andrews shared words of wisdom with other hopeful parents as she and Stoll continued trying to conceive. “It stinks. It sucks, but I’m here for you,” she said Us. “I get it. And I struggle just like you do. And you know, after a while you start to think, ‘What’s wrong with me that everyone else has succeeded?’ But not many people do. So I wanted to be frank with it evade.”
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