Eva Lon­go­ria wants to have chil­dren

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

The 41-year-old ac­tress mar­ried her “soul mate” Jose ‘Pepe’ Bas­ton five months ago in a ro­man­tic cer­e­mony in Mex­ico and, al­though they’d like to start a lit­tle fam­ily to­gether at some point, they’re not push­ing things and will let na­ture take its course. Speak­ing in Ocean Drive Mag­a­zine, she said: “If it hap­pens, it hap­pens - if it’s meant to be, it would be a bless­ing.” Prior to get­ting hitched to the 48-year-old hunk, the for­mer ‘Des­per­ate House­wives’ star was mar­ried to Tyler Christo­pher from 2002 un­til 2004 and Tony Parker from 2007 un­til 2010 and she vowed she’d never tie the knot again af­ter her past unions. She said: “When Pepe and I met, I said I didn’t ever want to get mar­ried again. He said, “Great, me nei­ther.” And here we are! “Pepe and I are soul mates-I don’t even know how to ex­plain it, be­cause it’s like we’re two dif­fer­ent sides of the same coin.” How­ever, de­spite her pre­vi­ous re­la­tion­ships not work­ing out, the brunette beauty is adamant she doesn’t re­gret her first and sec­ond mar­riage be­cause they’ve led her to where she is to­day. She ex­plained to the pub­li­ca­tion: “I think ev­ery re­la­tion­ship is a path to where you are to­day. Ev­ery wrong turn led you to the spot where you are, so it wasn’t nec­es­sar­ily the wrong turn at the time. I wouldn’t change any­thing - never.” Mean­while, as well as set­tling into the mar­ried life and jug­gling their busy sched­ules, the Eva and Pepe are cur­rently work­ing hard ren­o­vat­ing their new home in Hol­ly­wood. Eva said: “It is a lot of work for us. At the mo­ment we’re liv­ing in Mex­ico City, al­though I’m al­ways trav­el­ling to Los An­ge­les.”

The 30-year-old ac­tress said that whilst she be­lieves beauty comes from within, she’s thank­ful she’s never had an “un­healthy re­la­tion­ship” with food and has man­aged to stay in good shape her whole life. She said: “Beauty I think comes from the hap­pi­ness within. And I’m re­ally happy with my life right now.” “I’ve never thank­fully had a pe­riod where I had an un­healthy re­la­tion­ship with my body or food. But just the fact that I went from be­ing some­one who ca­su­ally worked out to know some­one who re­ally works out, I think is the big­gest ac­com­plish­ment of the year.” The ‘Glee’ star - who was in a re­la­tion­ship with her co-star Cory Mon­teith be­fore his tragic death in 2013 - cred­its her fam­ily and friends for her hap­pi­ness. Speak­ing to ‘En­ter­tain­ment Tonight’, the ‘Scream Queens’ ac­tress said: “I think for me right now... I just turned 30, I love my job, I have the great­est friends, such an in­cred­i­bly fam­ily. What’s not to be so happy and grate­ful for?” And with such a tight sup­port sys­tem, the ‘New Year’s Eve’ ac­tress is ready to take on just about any­thing, as she said pre­vi­ously that she prides her­self on “achiev­ing goals and con­stantly grow­ing”. She said: “I con­stantly set goals for my­self, and then I achieve them. I’m not some­one who says they’re go­ing to do some­thing and then doesn’t. “Fol­low-through is a huge thing for me. It’s some­thing I look for in friend­ships and re­la­tion­ships,” Michele con­tin­ued. “I pride my­self on achiev­ing goals and con­stantly grow­ing and get­ting stronger. It’s about not be­com­ing stag­nant or let­ting any­thing hold me back.”

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