Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha Curry have had quite the couple of months.
Fresh off celebrating Steph’s fourth NBA championship in eight years and first ever career Finals MVP, this week the pair experienced a new cause for commemoration: their 11th anniversary.
In a series of posts, Ayesha showed off how the dynamic duo was bringing in the happy occasion.
The posts largely speak for themselves:
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By all accounts, it appears as though the happy couple is bringing in this massive milestone in France. You love to see it.
If it feels like Steph and Ayesha have been going wild nonstop as of late, it’s because they have. Between videos of the pair getting extremely intimate after the ESPYs, the wild way they celebrated winning the Finals and a clip of Ayesha getting real freaky with Steph’s trophy – it has been one thing after another.
Big picture, none of this is surprising. Steph and Ayesha have always been extremely real and transparent when it comes to their marriage. There aren’t many prominent celebrity couples who would get so honest amid open marriage rumors.
They are in a category of their own.
And frankly, both deserve to be able to let off a little steam after the year they’ve had. Between Steph’s parents getting divorced, him and his wife having to choose sides between Dell and Sonya, and then the revelation of who those two were subsequently dating – it was one thing after another for a while.
It would be a lot for anyone to handle.
Few couples in sports appear to have as tight of a marital bond as Steph and Ayesha. Not even Brittany Renner’s recent comments could drive a wedge between them.
The photo speaks for itself. https://t.co/2Z2tmbxL33
— Game 7 (@game7__) July 31, 2022
They are as strong as they come.
What will Steph and Ayesha ultimately go viral for next?
Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.