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Candace Cameron Bure’s Daughter Natasha Is Moving Out Of Hollywood

Candace Cameron Bure's daughter, Natasha Bure is leaving Hollywood
Natasha Bure [Image @natashabure/Instagram]

Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter, Natasha Bure, is in the headlines a lot these days. First, as reported, she said she was going to show less skin in the future.

Now, the actress who played her mom’s younger self in the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries, is leaving Hollywood and all that entails.

Natasha Bure to leave Los Angeles

You would think that up-and-coming actors would want to live in Los Angeles for the best job opportunities.

In fact, many established actors and actresses found most of their jobs there, or in New York City.

However, in recent years, celebrities have been moving away from Hollywood for a number of reasons.

Great American Family star Candace Cameron Bure and her daughter, Natasha Bure
Photo: Candace Cameron Bure, Natasha Bure Credit: ©2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Henri Raynaud/Movieguide

Now, Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter, Natasha Bure is joining the list of other stars including Ryan Reynolds, Chris Hemsworth and more.

In the case of Ryan Reynolds, he was pursuing other business ventures while Matthew McConaughey wanted to escape the paparazzi.

Natasha, who was born and raised in Los Angeles has told her fans about her upcoming move to Texas. In fact, she posted a video to her YouTube vlog explaining why she decided to move.

Leaving the ‘bubble’

Natasha Bure is moving to Texas
[Image Natasha Bure/YouTube]

In her vlog, Natasha explains that she feels like she is in “this little bubble in LA” of having lived there for a long time.

She says she has become so comfortable and knows the city really well. However, despite the fact she has so many friends that she really loves, she wants to get out of her comfort zone and try something new, adding:

I also don’t want to place these expectations of it needs to go a certain way. I feel like the past two years I really learned that, where so many things that I had in my mind didn’t go the way they were supposed to, and sometimes that really hurt, but in the long run it was so beneficial.

Natasha Bure on leaving Hollywood

While she found her opportunities were not turning out like she had planned and this helped her to grow as a person.

In fact, they resulted in other unexpected experiences. Natasha now says she is keeping her mind open while setting her sights on the South.

I just turned 25. I want to have new life experiences. I want to meet new people. I want to learn lessons. I want to grow, and I feel like where I am right now in my life, this is the perfect opportunity to go and get out of my comfort zone and go do something that is different and that I normally wouldn’t do, and if I hate it, then I will move back, or I’ll move somewhere different or whatever.

Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter didn’t mention where she is moving to in Texas or if she has any jobs lined up.

Natasha Bure in Aurora Teagarden Mysteries on Hallmark
Photo: Mia Shanks, Natasha Bure Credit: ©2022 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: David Astorga

Meanwhile, in 2011, Natasha competed on The Voice and has done a certain amount of acting.

However, after starring in some of Candace’s projects, like an episode of Fuller House and Hallmark’s Aurora Teagarden Mysteries, she denies the assumption that these opportunities were handed to her by her mother.

Possibly, by leaving Los Angeles it will be easier to make her own way in a different state. Plus, as can be seen from her vlog, Natasha is an influencer on social media, which is a worthy way to make money.

Good luck to Natasha in her future journeys and fans can see her mother, Candace Cameron Bure in her next Christmas movie on Great American Family, My Christmas Hero. Readers can watch Natasha’s vlog below:

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