Steph Curry is a lucky man - and he knows it! The NBA star paid tribute to his gorgeous wife, Ayesha Curry, on Wednesday when he shared a series of beautiful photos of her to mark her birthday on Instagram.
Included in the stack of snapshots was an image of the cookbook author - who turned 32 - sunbathing in an olive-green bikini.
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Steph wanted to make sure his wife of nine years knew exactly how he feels about her when he wrote: "My woman! My everything. Happiest of happy birthdays @ayeshacurry!
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"You hold us down like no other. Shine your light. Love this continual evolution of who you are and you finding your purpose in Life! With you through and through. Turn up! #noflings #32 #lovethatforyou."
The couple have three children together, Riley, eight, and Ryan, five, and, two-year-old Canon.
But Ayesha insists it's important to keep the spark alive between her and her husband with regular date nights.
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Steph paid his wife a beautiful birthday tribute
In fact, she told Hello Giggles they were a key factor for marital bliss. "Putting ourselves first, and making sure that we make time for date nights and for each other. That’s been very important, as hard as it is."
Steph also recognises Ayesha's commitment to their family life has left him able to fulfill his basketball dreams too.
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Steph and Ayesha have three adorable children
When collecting a basketball award, Steph paid homage to his wife by declaring: "None of this is possible without you." Going on to say: "You've given me the opportunity to go out here and work as hard as I do, spend the hours I need to do at the gym, during practice, in games, on the road – all the while holding down the house and doing the little things that keep our family going."
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