Eva Longoria and her husband celebrate their four-year wedding anniversary with a socially distant ‘front yard flamenco’
Eva Longoria and her husband celebrated their four-year wedding anniversary with a socially distant ‘front yard flamenco’.
The actress, 45, uploaded a string of posts to Instagram on Thursday to mark the landmark and acclaimed partner José Antonio Bastón as ‘the friendliest soul I’ve ever known’.
She looked radiant as she slipped into a black linen maxi dress and went barefoot to enjoy a live performance of a flamenco tape at her house.
Inseparable: Eva Longoria, 45, and her husband celebrated their four-year wedding with a socially distant ‘front yard flamenco’
The pair swam glasses of red wine while listening to the music, but theirs one-year-old son Santiago stole the show while dancing enthusiastically.
Eva uploaded snippets of the musical escapade alongside a caption that read, “Wow what a wedding anniversary [red heart].
Thank you @ manuelguitierrez6 and @flamencodistrict for helping us celebrate our anniversary!
‘Dancing six meters away … #frontyardflamenco concert #socialdistancing #annubil.’
Little Dancer: The pair swam glasses of red wine while listening to the music while their one-year-old son Santiago also seemed to enjoy the performance
Earlier in the day, she uploaded cute family snaps while praising her third husband.
She wrote, “I married this beautiful man four years ago. The nicest soul I’ve ever known.
Thank you for being the best partner in marriage and life! May God continue to bless our journey together.
‘Te amo amor de mi vida! Happy Birthday!’
Loving: She looked radiant when she slipped into a black linen maxi dress and went barefoot to enjoy a live performance of a flamenco band at her house
Heartwarming: Earlier in the day, she uploaded cute family snaps while praising her third husband
It comes after Eva posted cute snaps of Santiago enjoying a splash in the pool as the pair donned matching designer swimwear.
She told it recently People that she is happy that Santiago, who turns two next month, is too young to understand what is going on with the coronavirus pandemic.
“I’m lucky because my son is so small, he’s not in school yet and he’s not yet a baby, so he’s just in the right place of ‘has no idea what’s going on’ and just loves that Mommy and Daddy are home all day long, ”she explained.
Relaxing: On Friday, Longoria posted several sweet snaps on her Instagram where she let her enjoy a splash in the pool with her son in matching designer swimwear
She is also determined to keep the toddler busy during closure.
“I planned his day, like we’re going to paint for an hour in the morning and then make flashcards and do the alphabet,” she said.
“Then he’ll find a box and play with it for five hours, and I’m like, okay, all my plans are going out the door.”
Doting: She recently told People she’s happy that Santiago, who turns two next month, is too young to understand what’s going on with the coronavirus pandemic