Getting married once does not seem to be enough for Eva Longoria, the Desperate Housewives star and her husband Tony Parker as they are considering to renew their vows.
Reminiscing about their marriage in 2007, in France, the gorgeous star said, “It seems like yesterday. We want to get married again. Our wedding went by so fast and, with the frenzy surrounding it; it felt like an out-of-body experience.”
They sure made a right choice when they decided to get married as their marriage seems to be stronger and better than ever.
“We want to do it again — something a bit more intimate — because we love being married.”
She was all smiles when she said, “Our relationship, which has been going on for six years now, is stronger and better and more fun that it has ever been. It gets better every day. I know it’s clichéd but it’s true.”
Her commitment towards her family and home surpasses her desire for fame and money. She once admitted, “The most important thing to me is not work – it’s to have a family. I want to be a mother. I want to get married. I want to raise kids. I’d much rather have a family than win an Oscar.”
She has always maintained that she wants to be like Victoria Beckham who is known for juggling her home life and busy work schedule quite successfully.
One thing that the couple share is their commitment towards less fortunate. Tony Parker, an NBA star, grants “wishes” to terminally ill children as an ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation France. And, Longoria is in Paris these days to organise a dinner gala at Hotel Le Meurice as a fund raiser.
According to Longoria Parker, “If you’re human beings on this earth it’s your responsibility to be involved in some sort of philanthropy. It’s not because we’re famous or because we’re celebrities that we do this.”
The couple are contributing their bit by taking time out for the cause of charity. Among the list of stuff to be auctioned at the gala is a day with Eva Longoria at the sets of Desperate Housewives. Fans can also bid to spend a day at San Antonio Spurs basketball match with Tony Parker and a private lesson with a renowned tennis player.