When talking babies, Eva Longoria and husband Tony Parker say they would like to have trilingual children.
It's been a month that Eva Longoria tied the knot with husband Tony Parker. And they are talking babies already. The couple who wed on July 7th said they would love to have kids and they would like their children trilingual.
"We will definitely do that, absolutely, absolutely!" the no longer "Desperate Housewife" told People Saturday August 11th at a fund-raiser for Padres Contra El Cancer (Parents Against Cancer), which helps Latina children with cancer and their families, took place at the premiere of the Nickelodeon show Go, Diego, Go Live! The Great Jaguar Rescue at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood.
"Tony and I would love to have kids," the actress stated further, adding that she would like her kids mastering English, Spanish and French.
In the meantime, Eva will have "Eva's Heroes," a local nonprofit organization she founded, soon open the group's first after-school program for developmentally challenged children and young adults. There are more than 40 volunteers from the Valero Energy Corp. Volunteer Council will be on site at the Eva's Heroes Center on Saturday to help paint interior walls, doors, cabinets and provide other final touches for the facility. The center is located at St. Matthew's Catholic Church and is slated to open in mid-September 2007.