Ayesha Curry is riding high with the success of her new book, The Full Plate. The author is also celebrating her impressive figure after shedding some pounds during the lockdown.
To celebrate all that is good in her life, Steph Curry‘s wife took part in a sexy yet powerful photoshoot where she showed some skin.
The television personality looked sensational in a bright pink blazer and tight skirt. To complete the look, Ayesha opted for a bustier made of daisies. The tiny top made it possible for Ayesha to flaunt her impressive abs.
The actress also took the opportunity to show off her new sleek and elegant hairstyle. Ayesha ditched her long hair for a bob.
The mother of three had her fans going wild over the outfit and her sculptured body. One enthusiastic follower stated: “How many kids she got again looking bomb you bet to show out hunni looking like a pink cutie. This color on you, woman! 😍😍😍😍.”
A kind message read: “Okay. Sis is snatched. What waist?!?!” This backer had this sweet reaction: “Whew, mama, look how tiny you are 😍 you look good, though.”
The epic photos even caught Steph’s attention. He showed up in the comment section to say: “Yep! You got me. I’m definitely voting now!!! I’m convinced. Thank you @ayeshacurry. Love you.”
However, one critic stepped in to make this unflattering remark: “Feet look massive.” Ayesha responded by saying that her feet are big, prompting the fan to walk back their comment.
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I started my fitness journey because I wanted to be strong and healthy for myself and the people who depend on me. But it was important that I did it my way, which meant I needed working out to fit in my life, NOT take me away from it. I hate the term balance, because I don’t think there’s any formula that works for everyone, but I do believe that creating time for yourself to exercise is never time wasted. So I went to work finding ways to incorporate healthy habits into my busy schedule, and picked up a few tricks along the way (easy 10-minute workouts, fast healthy recipes, etc.). I am beyond excited to share them with you through a new exclusive series with @Fitbit with episodes rolling out all summer long. You can access my content on Premium within the Fitbit App, which you can try out for FREE! Let’s get moving and make it a #fitbitsummer #fitbitambassador #ad 📷 by @jazmiyagi
A defender of the cooking sensation had this response for the person: “Why would u say that 🥴 focus ur energy on better things, queen.”
Another woman chimed in: “Because that’s what we’re used to doing, cutting another sister down like a two-edged sword. Nothing positive came from her comment, so why even post something negative..smh! We can be our own worst enemies, I tell you.”
Ayesha is a woman of many hats — a cook, businesswoman, and mother — and she recently spoke about how she is handling homeschooling her children.
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Grateful for my @covergirl clean fresh concealer to hide the tired mama eyes and my salads from #thefullplate to get me over the mid day hump during the work week. This is one of my fave pics from the cookbook. I spend alllllllot of time in this chair, scarfing down this salad between the zooms, emails and cups of coffee ☕️ . It’s a winner. #thefullplate
She made this confession: “Luckily for me, Stephen has really stepped in with education and their schooling. And I’m okay with that because I birthed them so now [he] can birth and nurture their education.”
She added: “Cause he would sleep through all of the diaper changes and the late nights when they were babies, so now this is his strong suit. My oldest is pretty disciplined, so that’s been easy, but our 5-year-old has a little trouble staying engaged for an extended period of time.”
It seems that the family has found its balance in the coronavirus era.