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Eva Longoria arrives in Acapulco amid wedding rumours

Published 20/05/2016

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

The star continues her work out routine in the sun as she prepares to say "I do".

Actress Eva Longoria has touched down in Acapulco, Mexico ahead of her weekend wedding to Jose 'Pepe' Baston.

Multiple reports suggest the former Desperate Housewives beauty will tie the knot with TV mogul Baston on Saturday (21May16), and Eva has all but confirmed the nuptials will take place in the coastal city of Acapulco by sharing idyllic photos from her luxury resort online.

The bride-to-be, fresh from attending the Cannes Film Festival in France, took to on Friday (20May16) and posted a snap of her view of the ocean, with palm trees and swimming pools also featured in the image. She did not add a caption, but listed her location as Acapulco, Mexico.

Despite her big day looming, Eva even managed to squeeze in an exercise session in the sun.

"Early morning yoga with my favorite instructor @craig_fields!" she wrote beside a picture of herself doing a handstand outside with her pal.

According to, the couple will say "I do" at the home of the Latin beauty's pal, Jane the Virgin actor Jaime Camil, who will join guests including Ricky Martin, Penelope Cruz, Katy Perry, Mario Lopez, Amaury Nolasco, and David and Victoria Beckham at the ceremony and reception.

Singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria is said to have created her best friend Eva's wedding dress.

Eva, 41, and Jose, 47, became engaged in December (15) during a vacation in Dubai, where the Mexican TV mogul presented his love with a ruby ring. The couple began dating in late 2013.

The marriage will be the actress' third after failed unions to actor Tyler Christopher and basketball star Tony Parker.

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