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Eva Longoria: 'I'm not pregnant, just in love'

Published 14/10/2016

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

The 41-year-old still feels like the luckiest woman alive after marrying Jose Antonio Baston in May.

Actress Eva Longoria has dismissed gossip she is pregnant, insisting she and her new husband aren't even thinking about starting a family.

Baby news has been swirling round the former Desperate Housewives star for weeks, and now she has addressed the rumours, insisting the "glow" that star watchers have noticed is love, not pregnancy.

"Everyone is saying I'm glowing but I'm not pregnant!" she tells In Touch. "I'm just in love.

"We're not thinking about that (having children) right now. We've only been married four months."

And she tells the publication that married life this time around could not be any sweeter, revealing she wakes up every morning feeling like "the luckiest woman in the world".

"Having a person there by your side no matter what is really a great feeling," Eva says. "We help each other in our careers and our personal lives."

The actress wed Jose Antonio Baston in May (16), and admits, "It's so great! He complements my life. We have the same values and the same work ethic, and we're not only really dedicated to our careers, but also to our families.

"All of the guys at my wedding were like, 'If you didn't marry him, we would have!' Everybody loves him!"

This is 41-year-old Eva's third marriage - her first to Tyler Christopher ended in divorce in 2004 and she was wed to French basketball star Tony Parker from 2007 to 2011.

She started dating Mexican businessman Baston, who has three children from his previous marriage, in 2013.

The actress recently gushed about her new husband, telling Britain's Hello! magazine, "He is a gentleman, very elegant... Every day gets better and I'm excited just thinking about the future."

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