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Lindsay Lohan Reveals the Surprising Connection Her Baby Son Luai Has to Steph and Ayesha Curry

The actress welcomed her first baby with husband Bader Shammas last year

<p>Kevin C. Cox/Getty</p> Lindsay Lohan and husband Bader Shammas pose with Stephen Curry

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Lindsay Lohan and husband Bader Shammas pose with Stephen Curry

Lindsay Lohan and her husband received an extra special gift after recently attending a Golden State Warriors game.

The Mean Girls actress, 37, and her husband Bader Shammas attended Saturday's game and were photographed posing with NBA star Steph Curry, 35, after the game ended. In the picture, Lohan stood between Curry and Shammas, while the basketball player pointed a finger at the star.

Shammas held up a signed Curry jersey, which read "To Luai" and "Your godparents love you!" in Curry's writing, signifying that Curry and his wife Ayesha are Lohan's son Luai's godparents. Lohan and Ayesha collaborated on the upcoming Netflix movie Irish Wish.

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<p>Lindsay Lohan / Instagram</p> Lindsay Lohan shares photo of signed Steph Curry jersey on Instagram

Lindsay Lohan / Instagram

Lindsay Lohan shares photo of signed Steph Curry jersey on Instagram

Related: Lindsay Lohan Says She 'Hopes' to Be a Cool Mom to Son Luai at Mean Girls Premiere (Exclusive)

In January, Lohan attended the Mean Girls: The Musical premiere in New York City, where she was asked if she identifies as a "cool mom" after welcoming son Luai with her husband over the summer.

"I hope so," Lohan told PEOPLE exclusively with a laugh.

In June, Lohan gave some insight into what her plans for her baby were in a rare interview.

“I guess you would say it happened organically,” Lohan told Allure of how she ended up in the United Arab Emirates. “Dubai gives me that space to have my own vision of what I need to do next.”

Lohan said even though it’s a bustling city, her life is more peaceful there because she doesn’t have to deal with the same public attention and pressure she did in America. In Dubai, she can provide a more steady schedule and peace for her son.

“Sometimes I call it The Truman Show, because it’s the same thing every day," she said. "But I love it. I really love structure, because I didn't think I had that when I was young.”

Last year, Dina Lohan opened up to PEOPLE about being thrilled to watch her daughter settle into her new role as a mom.

"To watch my oldest daughter with her beautiful son is a memory engraved in my heart forever," Dina told PEOPLE. "Lindsay took to her best role ever so naturally...she was always meant to be a mother."

"God has truly blessed us all with lil Luai," Dina added of Lindsay's baby boy. "As I held Luai, tears of happiness rolled down my cheeks. Badar [Shammas] took to the role of daddy like a pro as well. They are a perfect team."

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