Eva Longoria Opens Up About Newlywed Bliss with Husband Jose Bastón
We can feel the love from here.
Is it possible to be too in love? Just ask Eva Longoria, who recently opened up about her continued "honeymoon phase" with husband of almost a year, Jose "Pepe" Antonio Bastón. The actress isn't afraid to admit that she and her hubby are head over heels for each other-even if their over the top affection drives other people a little bit crazy.
"My husband is the best part of life," Longoria said while promoting her new film, Lowriders, according to People. "Like, people get really annoyed with us because we love each other so much!" It sounds like a pretty great problem to have! The couple, who have been together since 2013, got engaged when Bastón presented Longoria with a ruby and diamond engagement ring in 2015. They ultimately said "I do" in a stunning ceremony in Mexico a year later and are about to celebrate their one-year anniversary on May 21.
"People always ask, 'Do you like being married?'" Longoria added. "It's not that I like marriage-I like being married to him. He's the one that makes it all special and worth it." The newlywed added that their anniversary celebrations will include Bastón joining Longoria as she heads to the Cannes Film Festival this week for work, and shared that the couple is "constantly discovering things about each other" that they didn't know prior to marriage.
"Some days it feels like we've been together 40 years and other days it feels like we just met. We're just so compatible," she said. "We love the same things-family, friends, and traveling-so there's not a lot we've learned separately about each other, but there's a lot we learned together about life." Seriously, how cute are these two? We'd be more than happy to see them maintain that newlywed glow for years to come!
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