Steph Curry Pens Sweet Letter to Wife Ayesha in Honor of Her 31st Birthday

Monica Otayza
Mar 24, 2020
09:25 A.M.
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Ayesha Curry just rang in another year, and Steph made sure to greet his other half on Instagram for the rest of the world to see. 


The Curry family has been on self-isolation due to the threat of COVID-19 or the Coronavirus. In the past couple of days, they've been sharing their different antics to try and stop their boredom. 

The Curry family has been making the most out of their time together by doing different activities.

Steph Curry attends a speaking engagement in San Francisco in September 2016. | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine



Today was different, however, as they celebrated Ayesha's 31st birthday. Although they celebrated at home with their three children, it seems that didn't stop them from having a good time as they had each other. 

"Asking why you so beautiful even though I know why.. 'cuz God made me that!' I love you, thankful for you, proud of you and will always be grateful that we are in this thing together!"



Prior to Ayesha's birthday celebration, the lovely couple decided to have a workout session in their home gym to keep themselves healthy throughout the self-quarantine period. Dressed in their own workout gear, they put in some work while joined by their children, who played with some of their home equipment as well. 

According to Ayesha, their pictures are an example of what people think is the reality, which is having her and Steph working out at the gym peacefully. However, the second picture she shared shows their true reality, which has their children joining in on the workout session. 



The Curry family has been making the most out of their time together by doing different activities. Aside from playing sports such as mini-golf and basketball, they've also been spending a lot more time together over cooking. 


These are only some of the ways they've been keeping busy as a family, but they've made sure not to forget about those who need their help outside, particularly school children around America. Through their organization, they've pledged to fund for 1 million meals to feed thousands of children around the country, especially those who rely on school for their two meals in a day. 

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