'Proud Mama' Ayesha Curry & Her Daughters Dress up in Pink for Girls Night

Monica Otayza
Jul 04, 2019
12:46 A.M.
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Ayesha Curry had girls night with her two daughters, and they made sure to step out in matching pink outfits and bright pink lipstick. The proud mom gushed about how she has the best daughters in the world, which merited a lot of kind words from her followers. 


Ayesha and Stephen Curry are one of the most well-loved couples in the industry, and that's because of the way they remain humble and real despite their fame. People always look forward to the things they share with the rest of the world, and Ayesha's "Girls Night" hang out with her two daughters, Riley and Ryan, were a crowd favorite. 

Curry Girls Night

Dressed in their own pink outfits, they posed for the camera as they showed off their bright pink lipstick. The proud mom then made sure to acknowledge her girls and how thankful she is to be their mom. 

"Girls night wouldn't be complete without pink lipstick and the best daughters in the world!!! Thankful for my big girls. Proud mama."


While Steph and their only son Canon were definitely not invited to the hangout, Ayesha made sure to shower them some love, too, especially now that the little boy has turned 1. 


The little boy filled his proud parents' Instagram feeds as they celebrated his first birthday, showing just how much they all love each other. 

On keeping their relationship strong

When asked about how they keep their relationship strong through all the ups and downs of life and fame, Ayesha shares that she is an open book with her husband. 


“Even when we don’t want to talk about something, we talk about it. Especially from my perspective, I’m a lay it all out on the table kind of girl, so whether it’s a tough conversation or an easy conversation, I never have a tight lip. I tell it like it is and I tell it straight, and ultimately I think it keeps things a lot better for us.”

On the best advice they were given

Of course, the two of them are very busy individuals, and what keeps them together is the mutual support they have for one another. They met as teenagers, so they chased their dreams together in the past twenty years. 


As for the best advice they've ever received? It came from Stephen's parents. 

“The one thing that they both shared with us—some through learning it the hard way, some through just making sure that they do it—is just making sure that we put each other first, even before the kids, as tough as that sounds.”

By putting their relationship first above anything else, they get to give their kids a happy and safe home. They'll also be able to set a good example for their kids to live by. That's how their family continues to thrive.