Updated on August 2, 2018.
Meet Santiago Enrique Bastón! After giving birth this past June, actress Eva Longoria has decided to formally introduce her newborn son to the world, appearing on the cover of Hola! USA magazine for the second time. The cover depicts a beaming Longoria cradling baby Santiago, who appears to be waving at the camera. While the 13-page spread is only available to subscribers now until it hits newsstands August 10, the actress reportedly discusses motherhood, how it has influenced her activism, and how her three stepchildren, Natalia, Mariana, and José, helped choose Santiago's name.
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Original story published on June 20, 2018.
Congratulations to Eva Longoria and husband José Bastón! As Hola! USA reports, the actress welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, June 19, in Los Angeles. "We are so grateful for this beautiful blessing," the couple told the magazine, in addition to sharing the first-ever image of their newborn son, Santiago Enrique Bastón. The image depicts Longoria cradling newborn Santiago against her chest at what appears to be the hospital.
Longoria gave birth to her first child just over two years after marrying José during a lavish ceremony in Mexico, reports the publication. But kids are nothing new to Eva and José; he is already a father to Mariana, Natalia, and José, whom he shares with his ex-wife, Natalia Esperón. "We have three children already, I have three stepchildren, so it's not like it's anything new," Longoria previously told Hola! USA. "We are enjoying it."
The actress stayed active throughout her pregnancy, both physically and politically, showing her support for the Time's Up movement in addition to the current immigration crisis; the 43-year-old shared three Instagram Stories detailing how to help the immigrant children currently separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border just yesterday, on her son's birthday. Congratulations to Eva Longoria and José Bastón!
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