Does Candace Cameron Bure Keep In Touch With The Olsen Twins?

They were part of one of the most famous TV families of all time, but it's been a while since Full House stars Candace Cameron Bure and the Olsen twins appeared onscreen together.

Bure starred as D.J. Tanner while Mary-Kate and Ashley played her sister, Michelle Tanner, during Full House's eight-season run from 1987 to 1995. The ladies appeared alongside the likes of Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, and Lori Loughlin in the hit show.

Still, even if the Olsens opted not to return for modern spin-off Fuller House, Bure must have stayed in touch with them in real life. After all, sisterhood is forever, right? 

The Olsens are done with Full House for good

Mary-Kate and Ashley confirmed they wouldn't be returning to the show in 2016. They haven't acted since the 2004 movie New York Minute, instead shifting their focus to their lucrative, luxury fashion lines, The Row and Elizabeth and James.

Bure herself told Us in February that the Olsens wouldn't be coming back to television any time soon, noting, "You heard it from me first: They will never come back!" Perhaps exasperated by the number of questions she was being asked, Bure doubled down, explaining, "They are never coming back on the show! They don't want to be on the show. The answer's no!"

She's in touch with one Olsen, however

While attending the 10th annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles, Bure was questioned by Us about whether she stays in touch with the ladies off-screen. "I don't," she confirmed.

Funnily enough, Bure actually is in touch with the Olsens' younger sister, the actress Elizabeth Olsen, for whom one of their fashion lines is partly named. Asked whether she speaks to her, the Fuller House star shared, "Once in a while, I do. She's a sweetheart."

Saget, who played on-screen father to Bure and the Olsens, told Us late last year that he still feels very close emotionally with the twins, confirming he'd recently been speaking with them about a charity event for which the twins donated items from The Row.  

It ain't over 'til it's over

Nostalgia is clearly strong with this lot. Just last month, Bure took to Instagram to celebrate 32 years of Full House, writing, "Full House premiered 32 years ago and I'm having a FULL ON moment. What a journey it's been... My heart is filled with so much gratitude & love."

She's not the only one who doesn't want the ride to end, with Stamos telling E! News back in June that he reckons there are more stories to tell, even with the finish line in sight for Fuller House. "I don't think it's done... I think there's a play that we go backward, like what happened before?" he said. Only time will tell, though, if this idea gains any steam.