Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget Have Full House Reunion: Pictures
His little girls are all grown up! Bob Saget reunited with his TV daughters Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin at the Cool Comedy Hot Cuisine event in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, Apr. 30 -- and the trio never looked better!
Saget, who hosted the event benefitting the Scleroderma Research Foundation, was excited to see his costars on the red carpet, but admitted that there is a "low" possibility of a full-fledged Full House reunion.
"We hang out sometimes. I get to see them when we can," he told Us Weekly of keeping in touch with his TV family. "We all love each other. I just don't think that that's … it's kind of low on the possibilities."
While Saget, 56, kept things classy in a dark suit and spotted navy tie, it was Cameron Bure, 37, who stole the spotlight. The actress, who played older sister DJ Tanner on the '90s sitcom, looked sexy and polished in a fitted coral short-sleeve leather mini dress.
Credit: Bob Saget (carrying a young Olsen twin!), Candace Cameron and Jodie Sweetin posed for this TV family photo during a Christmas episode of Full House.
According to an eyewitness, Cameron Bure excitedly hugged Saget at the benefit event and the pair chatted happily as cameras snapped away. Sweetin, 31, also lit up the carpet with her trademark bright smile (she played younger sister Stephanie on the show), opting for a black floor-length dress.
Cameron Bure has three children with her husband, hockey star Valeri Bure; Sweetin overcame a serious methamphetamine addiction, and now has two kids (one with ex-husband Cody Herpin, and one with second husband Morty Coyle). The former costars talked animatedly and laughed as they caught up, the eyewitness told Us.
Saget told Us that though his real-life daughters -- Lara, Aubrey and Jennifer -- are fans of his comedy, they're not necessarily itching to follow in his acting footsteps anytime soon.
"They're intelligent. They're Ivy-League graduates, they're real smart and they're artists and their art is edgy," the veteran comedian told Us. "They're just cool people. They know how to perform and speak [but] they don't want to do it."