It's no secret that Ayesha and Stephen Curry are a total power couple. We're loving all the Instagram videos they've been sharing to encourage social distancing and spread a little love. While home, Ayesha Curry celebrated her birthday with a very special present to herself — a Harvard School of Business Online certificate of completion.

The entrepreneur and mom of three shared a boomerang video of her diploma with fans today, writing "Yay yay yay!!! Completed my second @onlinehbs course! I could cry! 😩😆 #hbsonline."

A close-up look at the certificate shows it's meant to encourage entrepreneurial endeavors.

It says, "The certificate program introduces a framework — People, Opportunity, Context, Deal — to evaluate opportunities, manage start-ups, and finance ventures."

What a total boss babe!

Ayesha also co-owns International Smoke, a chain of restaurants she owns with chef Michael Mina.

Her eateries are temporarily closed during Coronavirus, but it looks like she already has a full plate (pun intended) with her education, personal goals, and personal life. TBH, the Currys are total fam goals.

Her husband, San Francisco Warriors star Stephen Curry also took to Instagram to give her some birthday love. He shared two super cute snaps of his wife.

In the first pic, Ayesha is rocking a tan-colored two-piece while blowing a kiss into the camera.

The second photo gives fans a little sneak peek into the goofiness of their household, as Stephen sneaks up on his bae in the shot.

He wrote in his caption, "Y’all know what time it is...My baby’s birthday today 🎉🎊- asking why you so beautiful even though I know why...Cuz God made me that! I love you, thankful for you, proud of you, and will always be grateful that we are in this thing together @ayeshacurry My Rock! ❤️"

Aren't they the cutest?

We're so proud to see Ayesha staying positive, encouraging others, and accomplishing her goals along the way. You go, girl!

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