Natasha Bure praises mom Candace Cameron for her faith, being 'bold' amid backlash

Natasha Bure is defending Candace Cameron Bure after the "Fuller House" actress received backlash for her recent remarks about wanting to reintroduce religion into holiday films.

On Tuesday, Natasha posted a picture of the actress and her husband, Val Bure, along with her "favourite thing[s]" about her mother on her Instagram story.

How much she adores Jesus and how firmly she holds to her religion, Natasha penned. "She's brash. 

She is good. She has one of the biggest hearts and is incredibly creative. She inspires me in so many different ways."

Critics have reacted negatively to Cameron Bure's remarks that same-sex couples are not represented in her new holiday movies.

Cameron Bure exited the Hallmark Channel in April. She had worked with the network for over a decade

previously starring in 10 holiday movies and 30 films overall for Hallmark's Crown Media.