Eva Longoria has a new man! The Desperate Housewives actress stepped out with Televisa president Jose Antonio Baston this week at the Museo Jumex Opening dinner at Casa De La Bola in Mexico City, Mexico.
"He's been sweeping her off her feet and courting her like a proper gentleman,” a source told People about Baston and Longoria. Longoria’s rep confirmed her new relationship. "We can confirm that Eva is dating Jose Antonio Baston."
Last month, Longoria was reportedly seen dining with ex Eduardo Cruz at Serafina in NYC. "After a bit, they started holding hands and kissing," the source said. "Then they began full on making out. They were seated at a table out in the open at the front of the restaurant. They didn't seem to care who saw them."
Longoria, however, denied this afterward. “Sorry this is just not true..” the actress tweeted. Now, it seems like the man people thought was Cruz could have been Baston. The couple was also seen at the SLS Hotel in Miami. “She was making out like a bandit with a dark-haired gentleman,” an onlooker at the SLS Hotel South Beach’s Bazaar restaurant said. “It was PDA the entire dinner ... to the point where it didn’t even seem like they were eating.”
“She's very happy, and he's crazy about her,” another source said at the time.
Longoria’s new relationship comes on the heels of her ex-husband Tony Parker’s news about becoming a father. “Hey just wanted to say that I'm very happy today... me and my future Wife going to have a Baby Boy!!!!” the NBA star tweeted. This will be the first child for Parker and his fiancée journalist Axelle Francine, whom he met after his divorce from Longoria.
Although Longoria seems smitten with Baston, don’t expect the two to get married. "I've been married twice," Longoria said. Longoria was previously married to Parker and General Hospital star Tyler Christopher. "Been there, done that!" Don’t necessarily expect kids either!
"I'm not one of those women who are like, 'I must procreate,'" Longoria told Access Hollywood Live. "I think kids are a product of love. So, if you find the right person and you want to have a family with that person, then that's when the time is right. But ... if I'm 50 and single, I'm not going to go do it myself."