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Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha pose with their three children on the cover of Sweet July

Stephen Curry’s wife Ayesha poses with her family as she says she has ‘learned to roll with the punches’ during COVID: ‘Have grace with yourself’


Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha posed with their three children on the cover of Sweet July in anticipation of the 2021 holiday season. 

The picture-perfect family were dressed to the nines for a holiday-themed dinner for the Food issue of Ayesha’s lifestyle magazine, which gave an intimate look at their home life. 

For their sweet portrait, the mom-of-three, who began her career in the food industry on Youtube in 2014, stood behind her spouse, who was seated next to his three-year-old son Canon, three, and daughters Ryan, six, and Riley, nine. 

Picture-perfect family: Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha posed with their three children on the cover of Sweet July in anticipation of the 2021 holiday season

In the image, the cookbook author wore a plunging yellow and white patterned dress with long sleeves, while her man looked handsome in a beige dress shirt. 

The couple’s youngest child sat on Stephen’s lap and could be seen reaching for something just out of view from the camera. 

Their daughters looked equally adorable as they smiled next to their parents, who opened up about their life during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  

Happy couple: The picture-perfect family were dressed to the nines for a holiday-themed dinner for the Food issue of Ayesha’s lifestyle magazine, which gave an intimate at their home life

Happy couple: The picture-perfect family were dressed to the nines for a holiday-themed dinner for the Food issue of Ayesha’s lifestyle magazine, which gave an intimate at their home life

Beautiful: In one of three stunning looks, the beauty wore a skintight green dress over a semi-sheer emerald turtleneck

Beautiful: In one of three stunning looks, the beauty wore a skintight green dress over a semi-sheer emerald turtleneck 

‘After the year we’ve had, it feels odd to even be talking about celebrations. Especially since, as a country, we’re still living in the uncertainty of what the coming months will look like,’ Ayesha told readers. 

She continued: ‘But what I’ve come to acknowledge, and I suppose one good thing that’s come out of this pandemic, is that celebrations are about the intention you put into them and nothing else.

‘If the pandemic has given us anything, it’s perspective. Things are not simply going to go as expected, and—say it with me—”That’s OK!”

‘Have grace with yourself; have patience for others,’ the Canadian-American actress added. 

Happy: For their sweet portrait, the mom-of-three, who began her career in the food industry on Youtube in 2014, stood behind her spouse, who was seated next to his three-year-old son Canon, three, and and daughters Ryan, six, and Riley, nine

Happy: For their sweet portrait, the mom-of-three, who began her career in the food industry on Youtube in 2014, stood behind her spouse, who was seated next to his three-year-old son Canon, three, and and daughters Ryan, six, and Riley, nine

Ayesha says she has gotten better with learning to ‘roll with the punches’ and encouraged others to do the same as the results could be ‘even better than you had hoped.’

Her goal with the latest issue of her quarterly publication was ‘an unadulterated celebration of food.’ 

‘It is the thing in this world that brings me immense joy and allows me to spread joy to the people around me,’ she explained. ‘Food is a vessel for storytelling and connection, which is illustrated throughout the pages of this issue.’ 

'After the year we’ve had, it feels odd to even be talking about celebrations. Especially since, as a country, we’re still living in the uncertainty of what the coming months will look like,' Ayesha told readers

‘After the year we’ve had, it feels odd to even be talking about celebrations. Especially since, as a country, we’re still living in the uncertainty of what the coming months will look like,’ Ayesha told readers

The Foot Network judge noted that inside fans can find delicious recipes full for celebrations of all shapes and sizes. 

‘I hope they find a place on your table,’ she concluded in her Fall/Winter 2021 Editor’s letter. ‘Love and gratitude to you.’

The issue will be released October 22, 2021. 

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