A heartwarming moment between Steph and Ayesha Curry was captured on camera for her brand new magazine "Sweet July."
Ayesha Curry introduced one of the columns of her brand new magazine to her Instagram followers, which she calls "CONNECTED." According to Ayesha, the column talks about relationships from different types of couples, and discussions on how they navigate their relationship.
Of course, there are no better role models for the column but Steph and Ayesha themselves, and so they've decided to pose for the magazine's first-ever edition. For this particular edition, they've decided to kick things off by talking about "I love you."
Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry attend the "Stephen Vs The Game" Facebook Watch Preview at 16th Street Station on April 1, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
LAUNCHING HER NEWEST PROJECT
Ayesha's latest project is a new lifestyle magazine called "Sweet July," which she launched this week. On Instagram, she revealed that the first issue is all about presence and gratitude.
"I'm so nervous and excited about it. This first issue is all about presence and gratitude, which I think is so important, not only in life, but especially right now. I just hope that people find a sense of peace from it."
ON THE COVER
On the cover of her magazine is Ayesha in a gorgeous yellow tulle ensemble. Inside, most of the columns include her family. The "Connected" column, in particular, dives deep into her relationship with Steph, and how important it is for them to say "I love you."
Ayesha is happy to represent young black women in print, following Oprah Winfrey and the late B. Smith.
A CURRY FAMILY PROJECT
The magazine also has an "Ask Mom Anything" feature, where her daughters, Riley, 7, and Ryan, 4, asked her random questions which she proceeded to answer. While their son Canon is a bit too young to join in, the proud mom made sure to include many pictures of him inside the magazine.
As Curry is known for her delicious cooking, the magazine also includes 22 recipes, which makes it like a mini cook book. Unlike other publications who produce issues monthly, she plans to do this quarterly.
Aside from providing her readers with quality content, Ayesha is happy to represent young black women in print, following Oprah Winfrey and the late B. Smith.
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