Remained tight-lipped on his wedding details, Tony Parker denied the wedding cake would be flown in from the United States.
Yes there will be a wedding, but Tony Parker remained tight-lipped on the details. The NBA player, who's going to marry actress girlfriend Eva Longoria, is staying coy about the big day, yet denied rumors the wedding cake will be flown in from the United States.
Being asked on when and where his wedding will take place, Tony declined to comment and was instead saying, "I don't care where I'm going to get married. It's a girls' thing. That's a question you should ask Eva."
Despite his no-comment action, Tony hinted that it's Eva who's in charge to choose the wedding venue. He, on the other hand, is responsible for the food and music.
Tony, who's a French, seems to stay true to his roots, having the wedding cake made in the country. "Why take a cake from the United States ... if it is France that makes the best cakes?" the basketball player said in a statement.
Meanwhile, rumors are abuzz that Tony and Eva will exchange vows July 7, 2007 at the luxurious chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte, a 17th-century castle famed for its gardens. Among their guests are Teri Hatcher, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman, and Nicollette Sheridan, all of whom are Eva's cast mates on the "Desperate Housewives".