Ayesha Curry Announces She Is Pregnant, Expecting Baby No. 4 With Steph Curry

The author and entrepreneur made the exciting announcement with a digital cover of her publication, ‘Sweet July.’
Ayesha Curry

Ayesha Curry.

Congratulations are in order for Ayesha Curry! The 34-year-old cookbook author announced on Friday that she is expecting her fourth child with her 35-year-old husband, Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry.

The Sweet July Skin founder broke the news on the cover of her magazine’s first digital issue. Curry posed on the front of Sweet July’s latest publication in a white bra top and khaki jacket as she draped herself across three wooden chairs and cradled her growing baby bump. The photo was captured by Camila Falquez and Curry’s outfit was styled by Jaime Kay. The exciting announcement hit Instagram on March 1. 

“I’m still taking in all the changes with this fourth pregnancy,” Curry said in an accompanying feature on the Sweet July website. “I’ve been on a watermelon kick, which is so strange and also unfortunate because they’re not really in season. I’ve been craving these little Japanese peaches. I also had a three-week stint with a very unhealthy sausage, egg and cheese McGriddle. But one of the biggest differences is a new understanding that this really does pass by in the blink of an eye. And in the blink of an eye, it could also all be taken away. That’s encouraged me to slow down and take in every single little thing—especially with it being my last pregnancy.”

Ayesha and Steph are already parents to daughters Riley, 11, and Ryan, 8, and son Canon, 5.

“In all the noise, what I’ve learned about motherhood is that you truly need to trust yourself,” Curry added. “You can read a million books and take 1,000 classes, but the most important thing is your maternal instinct. You’re always going to know what’s best for you and your child. And no one’s situation is the same. The same way we’re unique individuals, we have unique parenting styles. I really do think it’s up to parents to determine what is best for their child.”

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