Steph Curry is enjoying his life as a father and husband. The NBA player uploaded a sweet candid that featured him with his wife, Ayesha Curry, and their kids this past weekend.
“Family family,” Steph shared along with the candid of him standing underneath a balloon arch with his family. Riley, Canon, and Ryan smiled while standing in front of their parents. Steph’s NBA championship trophies were also in the shot.
“Beautiful family,” one social media fan wrote. “The kids got so big,” another Instagram follower shared. “They’re growing up so fast.” One social media follower joined others in focusing attention on Riley. “She looks just like her dad,” the supporter said.
Riley Curry has a steady following of loyal supporters who love her big personality. Many remember Ayesha Curry’s story of the time that Riley took her mom’s iPhone for the sole purpose of uploading videos to iCloud.
“She stole one of my old phones before and snuck it to one of the games,” Ayesha shared during a 2019 interview with Access. “iCloud is real because the video popped up on my phone. I was like, ‘Girl, if you don’t give me back my phone. You don’t have a phone, and you’re not getting one until you’re in high school.”
Riley may not be able to get her hands on an iPhone of her own until high school, but the youngster can enjoy the fruits of her dad’s latest collaboration with Sesame Street now. Steph Curry recently launched a partnership with the beloved children’s brand that is expected to be available to the public in the coming months.
“The hardest part was making sure we achieved a sense of depth and sophistication in our designs,” Spencer Hawkins, a senior footwear designer at Under Armour, shared. “We didn’t just say, ‘Elmo is red, so the whole shoe is red,’” the designer explained.
“We played with a lot of different tonalities of red, and we brought in hints of orange to represent the nose,” Hawkins revealed to the press. “Every single colorway is a unique story celebrating not only the unique physical attributes of the characters but also what each character can teach us about building a better, more inclusive neighborhood.”