Ayesha Curry recently made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show via video link on the talk show host’s annual Mother’s Day episode.
Curry, a mother of three, was asked to give her best parenting advice to the audience that was filled with pregnant women.
“With my first it was a whole new world,” the 32-year-old said. “You can never be prepared, so that’s the first thing. Don’t worry, it’s just gonna happen naturally and there’s nothing you can really do about it. So just let it happen, don’t be afraid. I mean it’s really hard for you to mess this up, babies are resilient.”
Curry, who shares her children with Golden State Warriors basketballer Steph Curry, admitted there’s one thing she wished she did differently.
“And I think the best piece of advice I ever got — and it took me three babies to figure this out — is to sleep when the baby’s sleeping,” she continued. “So if I could go back in time I would have done that.”
Later in the episode, Curry played a gave where DeGeneres gave her 10 seconds to find something in her house that matched the description she was given. For the first item, DeGeneres wanted Curry to grab something “you never want to see again”.
Curry came back with her removed breast implants.
“I’m sorry, explain?” DeGeneres asked.
“These are my old implants,” Curry said, unintentionally clapping them together, “and I’ve been waiting for the perfect moment to have like a going-away party for them because they weren’t good to me, they didn’t work for me, they work for some people, but they’ve got to go. And I don’t ever want to see them again.”
“Good for you!” DeGeneres said encouragingly as the virtual audience cheered. “Bye-bye, implants! Well we had a party for them on your Mother’s Day show.”