Ayesha Curry begged husband Steph Curry to put a ‘filter’ on passionate holiday shot while celebrity couple continue tropical outing
Ayesha Curry reacted lightly after her husband Steph Curry came to Instagram on Sunday with a passionate shot of the couple.
On Sunday, the NBA superstar shared a shot in which he held up his husband, who had wrapped her legs around his waist.
“Holiday feeling with my only and only that!” said the Golden State Warriors guard, 31, to which the Toronto-born beauty, 30, replied: “At least you can drop a filter on this.” I love you anyway. “
The last one: Ayesha Curry, 30, reacted lightly after her husband Steph Curry, 31, went to Instagram on Sunday with a passionate shot of the couple
The romantic recording – in which the CoverGirl beauty wore a black-green two-piece swimsuit – drew a number of supportive responses from other notable names, including their sister-in-law Callie Rivers, Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, La La Anthony and tennis pro Sloane Stephens.
On Monday, Ayesha shared photos of herself and Curry while relaxing on the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The eight-year-old couple, who are parents to daughters Riley, six, and Ryan, four, and son Canon, one, enjoyed the romantic excursion on the NBA’s All Star weekend.
It was his first All-Star weekend in six years, as he played only four games this season in the midst of a hand injury.
The good life: on Monday she shared photos of herself and Curry relaxing on the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Romance: The eight-year-old couple are parents of three children
His absence from the All-Star Game was noticed by his colleagues because Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo said it was easier without taking on Curry, a dual MVP and productive three-point shooter.
“Let me be honest with you: the players, we kind of enjoy that he doesn’t play – don’t enjoy being hurt,” Antetokounmpo said The Athletic’s Diamond Leung.
Lots of love: the duo embraced the NBA star on Valentine’s Day in a shot on his Instagram
On the better hand: the NBA superstar, seen in Brooklyn earlier this month, recovers from a hand injury in what has been a lost season for his Warriors
Curry has “made great strides” in his recovery from the broken hand, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said AP earlier this month, and has stepped up his exercises in hopes of a comeback next month.
He is also a constant presence in court to support his teammates during a difficult season without him.
“It’s good to see Steph on the floor and on the sidelines with the team and traveling,” said Kerr. “The atmosphere is better when Steph is around. He gives the young boys many words of wisdom. ”