Lori Loughlin recently posted an old picture of herself and her Full House husband John Stamos.
While she couldn’t make it to the wedding of an erstwhile Full House star, she nevertheless proved that all the cast was on her mind. Dave Coulier’s wedding ceremony was missed by Lori Loughlin who played Aunt Becky in Full House.
Yet to show how she still admired and remembered all the members of the famous television series that aired so long ago, she posted a pic of her and John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on the series. It almost reminds one of a 80s prom.
Today Loughlin is nearly 50 years old and not the supple and fresh beauty she was back then. And as for John Stamos, he too looks years older. Yet back then in the good old days they were teenagers.
"Two teenagers long before Full house.@johnstamos #generalhospital #theedgeofnight," 49-year-old Loughlin captioned her Instagram photo of good old 80s days. See the pic below.
John Stamos, Bob Saget, Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber and Jeff Franklin were all present to witness the marriage proceedings of Coulier and Melissa Bring. The venue of the wedding was Montana.
Meanwhile, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the two twins who appeared as little toddlers on the show, were also not present at the nuptials. They had been very cute golden haired infants on Full House way back in the 80s.
Today they are teenagers who have a life of their own and are known to be a lively and energetic pair. It was a full house that got assembled at the wedding though. Dave Coulier is an actor and a comedian while his newly wedded wife Melissa is a photographer and producer.
The two made the ideal couple and pretty soon they will be heading out for a foreign or local honeymoon. It is wedding bells all the way. The courtship process was a lengthy one indeed. But finally the two mustered the courage to say their “I Do’s” and so today they are man and wife.
Many pics of the wedding evoked long lost memories of Dave Coulier playing the funny man besides John Stamos on Full House in the unforgettable 80s.