The beautiful wife and mother of three Ayesha Curry tells her husband and NBA star, Steph Curry that he is the ultimate blessing in her life and that of her children, as she celebrates their 8th wedding anniversary as husband and wife. In her message she said:
“My baby, my love, my life. What can I say? This is us 8 years married in, loving each other for 11 and we somehow still find reasons and things that we love about each other every day. Each day with you is the ultimate blessing”.
Ayesha Curry who on Wednesday took to her Instagram account to mark the day, admitted there have been some struggles in their marriage which is already a public knowledge even though they initially tried to hide it, she put up the message talking about their marriage ups and downs, and how they have moved past it, saying:
“Through our ups and downs we only become stronger and that is the ultimate key. When the trauma becomes the triumph you win” she said.
The anniversary post is coming after she raised some eyebrows appearing on one of the episodes of the Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett-Smith, where she spoke about her insecurity and the lack of attention that she receives from men just like what her husband get from other women.
Ayesha was dragged all over the social media after the show, where the women shared their experiences being married to successful, powerful men and living their lives in the public eye. The show explored how the women handle groupies, and that led to Ayesha sharing that she feels some type of way about not receiving attention from men the way that Steph Curry receives attention from women.
Ayesha discussed how there have been times when women have overstepped their boundaries by trying to get attention from Stephen. She said that Stephen is friendly by nature and Ayesha sometimes has to insert herself.
She shared, “The ladies are always lurking and waiting. For me…I honestly hate it.”
“Something that bothers me and, honestly, has given me a sense of a little bit of insecurity, is the fact that, yeah, there are always these women like throwing themselves, but for me, for the past 10 years, I don’t have any of that. I have zero…this sound weird…but zero male attention. Like, is something wrong with me?”
She continued to say: “That’s not fair. I don’t want it, but it would be nice to know that, like, someone’s looking.”
Well, she said what she said, and her husband clearly understands where she is coming from and they are good…We should drink enough water and send them a congratulatory messages as they celebrate their day. See her full anniversary message to Curry:
“My baby, my love, my life. What can I say. This is us 8 years married in, loving each other for 11 and we somehow still find reasons and things that we love about each other every day. Each day with you is the ultimate blessing. Getting to do life with you is an infinite sea of bliss. Through our ups and downs we only become stronger and that is the ultimate key. When the trauma becomes the triumph you win! I love you for ever and always constantly giving the ultimate glory to God. Here’s to 8!”