Full House Star Lori Loughlin Does Not Regret Slowing Down Her Career To Be A Hands-On Mom


August 14, 2018 16:41 By Fabiosa

After years of playing cool TV mom, Aunt Becky, in Full House, Lori Loughlin is getting real about her own situation as a real life mom.


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Family life

The twice married actress left her first husband, Hollywood executive Michael R. Burns after their 7-year marriage ended in 1996.


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And although People claims she and her second husband Mossimo Giannulli dated for 2 years, they were married in 1997, just a year after her divorce. Loughlin and Giannulli share two daughters.

No career regrets

And the girls are all grown up now. Olivia Jade is 18 and a star on YouTube, and Isabella Rose is 19 with a life of her own as well. But Loughlin does not regret any job she turned down while raising them.


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She told Closer Weekly in an exclusive: "If I bring human beings into the world, they’re going to be my priority.' And I love them."


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That pretty much sums up her view on balancing work and career. Her children have always come first.

Full House family

But, the 54-year-old has not simply given up her life for her family. She and her Full House co-star, John Stamos, obviously share a bond that transcends their relationship as on-screen love interests.


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They did not end up together as real life lovers as their fans hoped, but they share a friendship that's even better. And Loughlin is just as besotted with his son as she is with her daughters.

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