Amid the ongoing social distancing in the United States, Ayesha shared a post where she was seen in a workout session with her family.
Cookbook author, Ayesha Curry recently shared an Instagram post where she was seen having a workout session with her family.
The post, which featured a picture and short clip showed Ayesha with her husband in their gym adorned in their workout gear.
Stephen Curry during a speaking engagement in San Francisco in September 2016. | Photo: Getty Images
The doting parents of three could be seen posing for the camera as the photo captured not only the couple but also two of their children who were seen concentrating on their workout in the background.
The mother of three accompanied the post with a caption where she explained that the home family workout session was originally planned to be a couple of workout sessions. She wrote,
"Instagram vs reality. Couples workout session into family workout session. I could dig it."
Ayesha added that they decided to convert the session to a Physical Education class for the kids in between teaching them math and reading.
Ayesha's daughters, Riley and Ryan, have been in self-isolation with their parents after the CDC advised that individuals go into self-quarantine as a preventive measure against the spread of coronavirus.
The family has clearly been seen making the most of this period. Ayesha also recently revealed that since they would be locked up in the house, they would spend more time bonding over cooking.
Last week, the Oakland Unified District announced that schools in the district would be closed until the 5th of April. Following this announcement, Ayesha and her husband, Stephen Curry, announced in a Twitter video that they would give out one million meals to students in the district.
In the video, Steph disclosed that they were willing to intercede on behalf of kids who relied on the daily food services provided by the country.
In 2019, the couple announced the start of their organization, "Eat. Learn. Play."
Ayesha also added that following the staggering statistics of children who relied on the National School Lunch program, they wanted to support the kids and ensure that they don't worry about where their next meal would come from.
According to the basketballer's wife, an average of 18,000 children rely on a minimum of two meals from the school system. On account of this, 12 out of the schools that are closed will hand out meals to students that they'll be able to pick up and take home during the closures.
In 2019, the couple announced the start of their organization, "Eat. Learn. Play." which commits to helping every child unlock their potential by eradicating childhood hunger in low-income areas.
Ayesha and Curry met in a youth church when they were only 14 and 15, respectively. In July 2013, the couple got married after dating for a few years. Together they have three children; Riley,7, Ryan, four, and Canon, who is only 20 months old.
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