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Eva Longoria spends a weekend boating and hiking with her son Santiago on her Mexican estate

Eva Longoria showed off her outer side on Fourth of July weekend as she sat back on her Mexican estate.

The 45-year-old superstar was spotted taking her two-year-old son Santiago on a boat trip to her house on Sunday.

It was quite an active vacation for Eva and her company, that same day she took to her social media to share adorable videos of Santiago looking for pinecones while walking in the woods.

Good times! Eva Longoria was spotted showing her love for the outdoors while taking her one-year-old son Santiago on a boat trip near her Mexican estate on Sunday

Good times! Eva Longoria was spotted showing her love for the outdoors while taking her one-year-old son Santiago on a boat trip near her Mexican estate on Sunday

Longoria was seen holding her toddler before embarking on their sea voyage, with both mother and child wearing lifebuoys.

Eva wore white athletic shorts and a light pink tank top under the safety vest, sunglasses and a baseball cap.

To protect herself from sunburn, Eva applied a thick layer of SPF to her famous face.

Santiago, or Santi as he is affectionately called, was in his sweatpants and T-shirt under a brightly colored children’s version of a life jacket.

Safety first! Longoria was seen holding her toddler before embarking on their sea voyage with both mother and child wearing lifebuoys

Safety first! Longoria was spotted holding her toddler before embarking on their sea voyage with both mother and child wearing life jackets

Safety first! Longoria was spotted holding her toddler before embarking on their sea voyage with both mother and child wearing life jackets

Keep it casual: Eva wore white athletic shorts and a light pink tank top under the safety vest, sunglasses and a baseball cap

Keep it casual: Eva wore white athletic shorts and a light pink tank top under the safety vest, sunglasses and a baseball cap

Keep it casual: Eva wore white athletic shorts and a light pink tank top under the safety vest, sunglasses and a baseball cap

The pair were seeded toward a ramp before hopping on a red-and-white-striped speedboat.

That same day, Eva took to her Instagram stories to show off Santi’s hiking skills with some sweet videos of the couple walking in the woods.

“Morning walk,” she wrote above a photo of the duo.

“Santi is leading the walk,” wrote Eva. In the video, music played as her toddler walked ahead of her with squeaky sneakers.

Fit family! That same day, Eva took to her Instagram stories to showcase Santi's hiking skills with some fun photos of the couple walking in the woods

Fit family! That same day, Eva took to her Instagram stories to showcase Santi's hiking skills with some fun photos of the couple walking in the woods

Fit family! That same day, Eva took to her Instagram stories to showcase Santi’s hiking skills with some fun photos of the couple walking in the woods

Mother and son! Eva welcomed Santiago into the world in 2018 with her husband Jose Baston

Mother and son! Eva welcomed Santiago into the world in 2018 with her husband Jose Baston

Mother and son! Eva welcomed Santiago into the world in 2018 with her husband Jose Baston

Later Eva stopped with her little one to discover some natural wonders and went looking for pinecones.

Meanwhile, Eva became more political on her Instagram feed about the American holiday in which Independence from English rule was celebrated.

She took the opportunity to drop some historical knowledge about her 7.9 million followers about the Spanish language version of the American national anthem.

“Did you know there is a Spanish-language version of the American national anthem? Here’s how it came about and why it’s largely forgotten … until now, ‘she wrote in a caption. “Follow @projectpulso for more Latinos stories, for Latinos.”

“Santi is leading the walk,” wrote Eva; in the video, music was playing as her toddler walked in front of her with squeaky sneakers

The best of nature! Eva stopped her little one to discover some natural wonders and went looking for pinecones

The best of nature! Eva stopped her little one to discover some natural wonders and went looking for pinecones

The best of nature! Eva stopped her little one to discover some natural wonders and went looking for pinecones

What a view! Longoria turned the camera during her walk in the woods towards a breathtaking view of turquoise water

What a view! While walking in the woods, Longoria turned the camera toward a breathtaking view of turquoise water

What a view! Longoria turned the camera during her walk in the woods towards a breathtaking view of turquoise water

Eva’s post included several slides explaining the song’s history, the Star Spangled Banner, which was adapted from a poem by Francis Scott Key.

The Spanish-language adaptation, she explained in the post, was devised by the Roosevelt government during World War II to cultivate allies in Latin America.

People were asked to submit new lyrics and the winner was New York-based Peruvian-American composer Clotilde Arias, who wrote the words to El Pendon Estrellado.

History! Meanwhile, on her Instagram feed, Eva got a little more political about the American holiday celebrating the independence of English rule and took the opportunity to share some historical knowledge about her 7.9 million followers about the Spanish language version of the American national anthem fall

History! Meanwhile, on her Instagram feed, Eva got a little more political about the American holiday celebrating the independence of English rule and took the opportunity to share some historical knowledge about her 7.9 million followers about the Spanish language version of the American national anthem fall

History! Meanwhile, on her Instagram feed, Eva got a little more political about the American holiday celebrating the independence of English rule and took the opportunity to share some historical knowledge about her 7.9 million followers about the Spanish language version of the American national anthem fall

Eva kept things serious in her next post for the July 4 holiday and called for justice for Vanessa Guillen.

The actress and producer shared an artistic representation of the Fort Hood soldier who had been missing since April and whose remains were identified Sunday after being found in a shallow Texas in late June.

After Guillen’s disappearance, public outrage grew at the lack of military investigations into the missing woman.

“Did you know there is a Spanish-language version of the American national anthem? Here’s how it came about and why it’s largely forgotten … until now, ‘she wrote in a caption. “Follow @projectpulso for more Latinos stories, for Latinos.”

Months later, an investigation was finally conducted, and reports say CNNVanessa was “beaten to death with a hammer in the armory where she worked.”

The outlet also reported that the Guillen family said the murder occurred after Vanessa made plans to file a sexual harassment complaint against Spc. Aaron David Robinson.

Robinson shot himself on Wednesday after being confronted by the police over Vanessa’s death.

Social Justice Fighter: Eva kept things serious on her next post for the July 4 holiday, calling for justice for Vanessa Guillen - a U.S. Army soldier who was beaten to death

Social Justice Fighter: Eva kept things serious on her next post for the July 4 holiday, calling for justice for Vanessa Guillen - a U.S. Army soldier who was beaten to death

Social Justice Fighter: Eva kept things serious on her next post for the July 4 holiday, calling for justice for Vanessa Guillen – a U.S. Army soldier who was beaten to death

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