Candace Cameron Bure isn’t letting anyone pick on her family.
Over the weekend, the “Fuller House” star, 45, took to Instagram to share several photos from a wedding she attended with her husband Valeri and two children, Natasha, 23, and Lev, 21.
The crew, who were missing youngest son Maksim, 19, was dressed to the nines with both men wearing suits with ties while the actress and her daughter both donned svelte red gowns.
“Wedding season and I am HERE FOR IT!!!” Bure captioned the post. “Mama gets another family pic (minus Maks who’s away at college.)”
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While the family received heaps of praise in the comments, there were some followers that also critiqued their fashion choices – but Bure shot back at several.
“The no sock look is a no for me,” said one, referencing the boys’ sockless feet.
“Thanks for letting us know!” replied the actress, noting that her family has “a different opinion” on the matter.
When another commenter said their outfits were “very unattractive,” Bure replied: “Comments like this are unattractive. People enjoy style in different ways. It’s not always necessary to share your opinion.”
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“Supposed to avoid red at weddings it’s a power color steals spotlight from the bride,” said yet another.
Adding a winking emoji, the “Full House” alum said there are “different style rules in Los Angeles.”
Yet another took a shot at her overall Instagram feed.
“Your account is to [sic] perfect to be real,” they said. “I love that you post nothing but happy smiley pictures but in all reality if you were to post reality and not always try and be the pillar of society, you would be a vessel of God to more [people].”
“Instagram is everyone’s highlight reel,” Bure explained in return. “Don’t we all know that by now? I’m always honest, but let’s get real. Most people don’t want to hear about everyone’s hardships and problems.”
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She urged others not to “poke mama bear” and to “learn manners.”
“Don’t like? Scroll through,” the star said plainly. “Some of you ruin the fun of sharing on social media for everyone.”
Despite some backlash over their outfits, plenty of followers had shared positive thoughts as well.
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“Wow! A family smoke show!!! Xoxo,” wrote actress Marilu Henner.
“Beautiful family!” added another.
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