Steph and Ayesha Curry Welcome Their 4th Child, ‘So Grateful’

Steph Curry and Ayesha Curry
HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – JULY 18: (L-R) Steph Curry and Ayesha Curry attend the world premiere of Universal Pictures’ “NOPE” at TCL Chinese Theatre on July 18, 2022 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/FilmMagic)

Ayesha and Stephen Curry announced the arrival of their fourth child.

On Sunday (May 26), in a joint Instagram post, the couple shared a photo of the new addition to their family, alongside the baby boy’s name, Caius Chai, who was born on May 11.

“Our sweet baby boy decided to make an early arrival!!” the couple wrote in the caption. “He’s doing great and we are finally settling in at home as a family of 6! So grateful!”

The parents who’ve been married since July 2011, also share Riley, 11, Ryan 8, and Canon 5.

Celebrity friends and followers flocked to the comment section to celebrate the news including Tamera Mowery, LaLa Anthony and Niecy Nash, among others.

“Thought we were done”

The pair first announced they were expecting baby No. 4 in March when Ayesha appeared on the cover of Sweet July Magazine‘s first digital issue — Ayesha’s lifestyle publication. At the time, she showed off her growing bump in a series of photos for the outlet.

In the interview for Sweet July Magazine‘s “Village Issue,” the cookbook author shared that although she and Steph “thought we were done” after welcoming their third child, the couple decided they wanted a fourth child in 2023.

“For me, the decision came from always finding myself looking around and feeling like somebody was missing. I would load up the car and think, ‘Oh, I forgot something.’ But nobody was forgotten,” Ayesha wrote. “It started to turn my brain a little bit. Maybe somebody was missing. So we set out on this journey, knowing that this would complete our family.

As for Steph, this summer will be a busy one. In addition to the new baby, the Golden State Warriors star will make his Olympic debut playing for Team USA in the 2024 Olympics.

Curry will be the fifth player to represent the Warriors at the Olympics as a member of Team USA, joining Draymond Green (2016, 2020), Klay Thompson (2016), Harrison Barnes (2016) and Chris Mullin (1992)