What Ayesha Curry has to say about this pregnancyi

The actor says she now accepts the help people want to give her during this pregnancy


Ayesha Curry

Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Ayesha Curry‘s latest pregnancy is “entirely different” from her other ones.

The actor already has Riley, Ryan and Canon with her NBA star husband Steph and is currently expecting her fourth with him but is now “more appreciative” of where she is at this time round.

“Interestingly enough, I love being a little bit older and having this experience. I feel like there’s so much more gratitude that I’m experiencing and just every little thing is so special.

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I’m just in a space mentally where I’m more appreciative, and so it’s just been [an] entirely different experience,” she told “Entertainment Tonight.”


The Irish Wish star also explained that she was “really stubborn” during her first few pregnancies but admitted that her attitude only left her feeling “hurt” and has now decided to embrace the people around her who just want to help.

“I was really stubborn in my earlier pregnancies. And that hurt me in the end. It made things really hard on me. I had to learn to put my pride aside and realize it was OK to take help, to have people around me help and to not shy away from,” she said.

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But Ayesha has also revealed that she was “alarmed” to be called “old” because she is having what is known as a geriatric pregnancy.


“What’s been interesting has been my doctor’s appointments. I’m in my 30s, and so there’s all this paperwork referring to the experience as a ‘geriatric pregnancy’ and all the concerns that come along with that,” she told Sweet July.

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“I think there’s something that needs to be more nuanced when it comes to women, their age, and conversations around having children. Many women in their 30s and 40s are going through this for the first time, and being told you’re ‘old’ feels alarming and wild.

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I think the narrative needs to be shifted a little bit,” she added.

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