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Steph And Ayesha Curry Turn Into The Grinch And Cindy Lou Who With Incredibly Real Costumes

By Clark Sparky

Steph and Ayesha Curry are going all-in on the holiday spirit, and doing so for a great cause. The couple shared a gallery of photos on Instagram in which Steph has transformed into the Grinch and Ayesha is Cindy Lou Who. Thanks to help from a lot of makeup and prosthetics, the couple looks just like the original characters.

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"Christmas with the Currys! the Grinch, Cindy Lou Who and Max (aka Rez). Thanks to everyone on the team that helped bring the 7th version to life. More to come @eatlearnplay," Steph wrote in the Instagram caption.

The costumes were for the 7th Annual Christmas With the Currys event that is put on by their Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation to provide gifts to underprivileged kids in the Oakland area.

The foundation also posted photos of the couple at the event, and shared in the caption just how much good work they did.

"500+ families. 2,000+ Oakland residents. 2 very interesting characters. The 7th Annual #ChristmasWithTheCurrys didn’t disappoint! Dressed as the Grinch and Cindy Lou Who, @stephencurry30 and @ayeshacurry welcomed hundreds of Oakland families and provided gifts inspired by Eat, Learn and Play. THANK YOU to all the partners who made today possible!"

Fans absolutely loved both the costumes and the critical work their charity does.

"You both are such awesome humans, and everything you do brings goodness, something the world needs more of," one person replied.

"I love these 2 so much bruh I love everything they’re doing for the world! They’re so positive I just love it!" another said.

The couple talked about the foundation's mission and goals when they launched it earlier this year.

"Children are our future and we are deeply dedicated to empowering them and opening doors for their futures," the couple said in a statement. "This organization is all about instilling ongoing tangible change for underprivileged children growing up in the Bay Area and beyond. As parents, we see a multitude of unique opportunities our kids have access to, and our hope is that Eat. Learn. Play. and the critical fundamental development tools it provides will positively impact children in our community to live out their dreams."

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