Steph and Ayesha Curry are enjoying some well-deserved time off.
Over the last few days, the 33-year-old actress and cookbook author gave fans a glimpse at her and her NBA star husband's beach getaway on Instagram.
In one of Ayesha's posts, the couple took a cozy selfie while lounging on an outdoor patio in Fiji. The mother-of-three — who shares two daughters Riley, 10, and Ryan, 7, and son Canon, 4, with the Golden State Warriors player — wore a cream bodysuit and black gym shorts. Her beau, 34, went comfy-casual in a bright blue tank top and a white baseball cap.
"Bula! Bula!" the Toronto, Ont.-native captioned the post, which refers to the common Fiji phrase that translates to "hello and welcome."
In the comments, fans gushed over the loved-up snaps and wished them a wonderful vacation.
"Power couple! So happy you guys can get some time off," commented a fan.
"Ugh I just love you two, this is stunning!" shared someone else. "Enjoy paradise king and queen."
"Cuties! I hope y'all having a great time!" wrote a fan.
"I'm praying for a love like this, you two are solid!" added another.
Yesterday, the "Ayesha's Homemade" host shared a trio of photos on Instagram that showed off one of her tropical fashion looks.
In the snaps, Ayesha soaked up the sun while standing amidst palm trees and lush flora. She rocked a bright yellow and orange bikini top with a matching wrap skirt, orange croc sandals and a hair wrap. The star accessorized with oversized black sunglasses a diamond choker necklace.
Ayesha let the gorgeous photos speak for themselves, only captioning the images with three yellow flower emojis.
In January, Ayesha shared her and Steph's secret to a happy marriage in with BRIDES magazine.
"...The biggest thing, both of our parents are still married and have been married for 30-plus years, and the one thing that they both shared with us — some through learning it the hard way, some through just making sure that they do it — is just making sure that we put each other first, even before the kids, as tough as that sounds," Ayesha said.
She further explained that in order to put themselves first, they have to "make time" for each other.
"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," she added. "Because when you become a parent, you want to put your kids first, and we do, but we do it second to our relationship. Because ultimately, when our relationship is good, the kids are happy and they’re thriving and our family life is good."