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Eva Longoria 'talking to ex again'

Published 08/05/2015

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria has reportedly let bygones be bygones with ex-husband Tony Parker.

The Desperate Housewives actress split with basketball star Tony in 2010, citing irresponsible differences in the divorce. The end of their relationship came amid rumours he had been texting a family friend inappropriate messages, but the pair are said to now be back on good terms.

She even recently went to one of his team's, San Antonio Spurs, games.

"Eva and Tony have let bygones be bygones," a source told American OK! "Eva's in a great place in her life. That's why she was able to put their nasty split to rest. Plus she's a huge Spurs fan."

Shortly after the divorce Eva stated to Ellen DeGeneres that she no longer spoke to Tony, but it seems as though the frostiness has finally thawed.

Since their breakup Eva has had a number of high profile romances. She dated Penélope Cruz’s brother Eduardo, as well as Mark Sanchez who was a contestant on a reality TV show she produced.

In November it was claimed the 40-year-old was engaged to current beau Jose Antonio Baston, but she swiftly took to Twitter to deny the reports.

However she did recently call him "the man of my dreams" and revealed how happy she was with life right now.

"It feels like the best time of my life. I feel younger than ever - age is just a number. I've worked so hard over the past ten years, so many things have happened in my life!" she told British magazine Hello!

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