Ayesha Curry

Ayesha Curry posts heartfelt tribute after Kobe Bryant's tragic death

Ayesha Curry posts heartfelt tribute after Kobe Bryant's tragic death

Ayesha Curry is a daughter, a wife, a sister to three others and the mother of three children ages 7, 4 and 1.

With Sunday's death of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, 41, along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others in a tragic helicopter crash, Curry is asking for "infinite prayers" for Bryant's wife Vanessa and the whole Bryant family. Ayesha took to Instagram to share a heartfelt tribute. 

Her husband, Steph, who is a two-time NBA MVP for the Warriors, shared his love for Kobe and the Bryant family on Instagram as well. 

Steph Curry also changed his Twitter profile picture and cover image to photos of Kobe and him.

The Curry family joined those in the NBA and beyond as those who have shared their grief and sadness for all involved in Sunday's tragedy. 

Ayesha Curry describes Steph Curry's broken hand as 'really, really bad'

Ayesha Curry describes Steph Curry's broken hand as 'really, really bad'

Warriors superstar Steph Curry broke the second metacarpal in his left hand during Golden State's loss to the Suns on Oct. 30.

He underwent surgery on Nov. 1, and then had a second procedure last Friday.

Why did he go under the knife twice? 

"Because it was really really bad. Not a normal regular 'I fell off my bike' break. He just doesn't complain. My silent slayer," Curry's wife, Ayesha, said Wednesday afternoon on Instagram.

The follow-up surgery was to remove pins that were inserted during the initial incision, which helps explain the longer rehab process.

As ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski noted last month:

Curry is out until at least February, which is when Golden State will provide another update on the two-time NBA MVP's status.

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Let's end this on a positive note:

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Ayesha Curry stars in series 'Fempire' helping female entrepreneurs

Ayesha Curry stars in series 'Fempire' helping female entrepreneurs

Ayesha Curry is continuing her busy schedule by adding yet another project to the list.

Ellen Digital Network, in partnership with Lorissa's Kitchen, have developed "Fempire," which will star Ayesha, the wife of Warriors star Steph Curry, as the host of the six-episode original digital series. She will use her business savvy and wisdom to assist female entrepreneurs of all ages and stages to take their "Fempire" to the next level.

The series premieres Wednesday, where Ayesha surprises Melanie, an employee of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," who has a side hustle operating Melanie's Bakeshop out of her home during her spare time. Melanie has two kids and a full-time job and wants to take her business to the next level.

That's where Ayesha comes in. She surprised Melanie at work joking she's the show's "new intern."

Curry has learned a lot building her own empire all while being a wife and mother of three. She's happy to pay it forward with what she's discovered with other powerful women.

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We already are pretty familiar with her culinary success as she showed us in "Cookin' with the Currys" series. 

You can watch the first episode here