Ayesha Curry and Camila Alves McConaughey Open Up About Life at Home for Their Families

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Ayesha Curry and Camila Alves McConaughey Open Up About Life at Home for Their Families

Ayesha Curry and Camila Alves McConaughey join Rach on a video call, and both ladies are opening up about their families' routines during quarantine. They also chat about appearing with Rachael on the cover of the summer issue of her In Season magazine, which hits newsstands today.

Ayesha says her husband, Stephen, has taken charge of laundry for their family of five since they've all been home during quarantine – and that it's his new favorite way to zone out:

"Since I posted [on social media] about laundry, he's actually taken that on, and he enjoys it. So he puts in his AirPods, he'll put on a podcast, and he folds everything. And I'm like, 'You enjoy that?' He’s like, 'Yeah, I think it's because I’m able to zone out.' So I'm like, 'Have at it!'"

"Could Steph have worked at the Gap?" Rachael jokes. "Is he a really good folder?"

"Yeah, he could have. Ironically. He could have," Ayesha says.

Camila says she and husband Matthew have found fun ways to involve their kids in their busy work schedules:

"Right now, more than ever, they're more involved. Somehow, it is busier than what it was before. Matthew's busier, I'm busier; we had to shift everything that we were doing with work. Bringing them in – like for instance, we had to do a photoshoot. And we made an 'official' letter where the kids would be the photographer, the stylist, the director of the photoshoot, so they get to do it."

"Just giving them tasks like that, I've seen that they really react to it in such a positive way. And understand that, OK, we're a part of it, and we can help out, too."

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