Eva Longoria, 46, showcases her jaw-dropping figure in cream swimsuit

Eva Longoria, 46, showcases her jaw-dropping figure in a sizzling cream swimsuit during impromptu shoot

She is known for her sizzling physique. 

And Eva Longoria was showing off her figure in all its glory on Wednesday as she took to Instagram to share a breathtaking swimsuit snap. 

The Desperate Housewives star, 46, looked phenomenal in a white swimsuit with low sides and a high neck which showed off her sideboob and lithe legs. 

A dream in cream: Eva Longoria was showing off her figure in all its glory on Wednesday as she took to Instagram to share a breathtaking swimsuit snap

Eva has been residing in lockdown with her husband José Bastón, 52, and their son Santago and has been stealing time to take stunning snaps. 

Against an idyllic backdrop, the pint-sized stunner wore a sizzling swimsuit which showed off all best bits of her gym-honed figure which she works hard to achieve. 

Last month, she wrote an essay for Harper’s Bazaar UK commemorating International Women’s Day and offering some advice. 

‘[L]adies of the world, whether you are Latina, Black, Asian or otherwise, persevere. You have to keep going – for yourself, and for our communities. These disparities and inequalities will remain unless we are the change we want to see,’ she wrote.

Wow! Eva has been residing in lockdown with her husband José Bastón, 52, and their son Santago and has been stealing time to take stunning snaps

After the coronavirus pandemic subsides Eva will be sitting in the director’s chair on the set of Flamin’ Hot, a biopic of Cheetos inventor Richard Montanez.

She revealed earlier this year that she thought of herself as a white male in order to pitch herself as the director for the project.

The tactic was suggested to her by Desperate Housewives producer Brian Tanen, she dished to The Sun On Sunday.

‘I was practicing pitching (for the job) with him and he said, “Stop right there. Put on your male privilege pants and stop ASKING to do this movie.”‘

Impressive: Last month, she wrote an essay for Harper’s Bazaar UK commemorating International Women’s Day and offering some advice

Brian told Eva: ‘Walk in the room as if that movie’s yours and you’re directing it and tell them this is how you’re going to cast it, this is how you’re going to shoot it.’

Eva recalled: ‘And I thought, “Oh my gosh, yeah! I’m not a man and I’m not white, so I wouldn’t think to do that.”‘

Said she: ‘It was a change in approach to every sentence that came out of my mouth. Because as a woman, we want to be amenable. We want to be seen as cooperative.’

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