With Fuller House soon coming to an end on Netflix with its fifth and final season, both fans of the hit show and its cast are sad to bid the sitcom farewell. Ahead of the series’ upcoming and bittersweet finale, two of Fuller House‘s stars, Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin, dished some juicy details about what we can expect from the final episodes in a candid new interview.

“I think there’s gonna be some wedding bells!” Candace, 42, recently told Entertainment Tonight. “I think probably wedding bells — who knows for which couple, but we have plenty to choose from.”

Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber of "Fuller House" are guests on "Good Morning America,"
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Jodie, 37, also added that her character, Stephanie Tanner, is currently experiencing a ton of changes and reaching many milestones with her love interest, Jimmy Gibbler, who is played by Adam Hagenbuch. At the end of the last season, Jimmy’s sister, Kimmy Gibbler (portrayed by Andrea Barber) acted as the couple’s surrogate and gave birth to Stephanie and Jimmy’s baby after Jodie’s character experienced infertility issues.

“We haven’t heard really any storyline ideas yet, but I mean, Steph had her baby so it’s gonna be all new mom stuff which is gonna be really fun,” Jodie shared of the final season, which is expected to premiere in fall 2019. “I don’t know, I’m interested to see what happens with her and Jimmy. He has proposed now, so I’m interested to see if he really steps up and see kind of what happens. I’m really excited to find out how Steph and Jimmy are as parents. I think that’s gonna be a lot of fun.”

Despite the show soon wrapping up, Jodie assured that Fuller House‘s tight-knit cast will definitely stay in touch. “We have had an amazing run and it’s been so much fun and it’s gonna be really sad to leave, but at the same time, I think it’ll actually be easier this time because now I know that these people are in my life forever,” Jodie said of costars Bob Saget, John Stamos and Lori Loughlin, among others. “When [Full House ended], it was like, ‘Am I ever gonna see them again? I don’t know!’ And now I’m like, ‘Oh, yeah, we’re still gonna see each other all the time.’ But, it’s a bummer. I mean, we love doing the show and have so much fun together.”

The cast of Fuller House backstage after winning the award for Favorite Family TV Show at Nickelodeon's 2017 Kids' Choice Awards
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Thankfully, both Jodie and Candace will have other acting projects to focus on after the Fuller House finale later this year. Candace is currently filming her latest Aurora Teagarden Mysteries TV movie in Vancouver, Canada and additionally has two more movies in preproduction for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. As for Jodie, she’s shooting a St. Patrick’s Day-themed movie called Love Under The Rainbow, which is set to premiere on the Hallmark Channel in March.

“I think people are going to love it,” Jodie said of her upcoming film. “It’s a really sweet story about this couple that you know, of course, they have their challenges … and there’s a really sweet little girl, Dakota Guppy, who plays [costar David Haydn-Jones‘] daughter in it.”

We’re going to miss Fuller House so much after it ends this fall!