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Eva Longoria and her two-year-old son Santiago look the picture of happiness

'Smiles all around!' Doting mother Eva Longoria and her two-year-old son Santiago look the picture of happiness as they relax during b

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‘Smiles all around!’ Doting mother Eva Longoria and her two-year-old son Santiago look the picture of happiness as they relax during beach holiday

She became a household name as the mother-of-two, Gabrielle Solis, on Desperate Housewives. 

But Eva Longoria has been fulfilling her motherly duties outside of the soap drama as she cradled her son Santiago Bastón on their coastal vacation last week. 

The actress, 45, displayed her ageless beauty in a series of candid snaps as she made the most of a beach getaway with her family on Monday. 

Family matters: Eva posted a heart-warming picture of her on the beach as she held her toddler son Santiago Bastón in her arms during their family getaway on Monday

Family matters: Eva posted a heart-warming picture of her on the beach as she held her toddler son Santiago Bastón in her arms during their family getaway on Monday

For an adorable family snap, she cuddled her two-year old son while wearing a scarlet bikini set from the fashion brand, Melissa Odabash. 

Her water-drenched tresses were swept away from her face, and her natural beauty shone through in the makeup-free image. 

The mother-and-son duo looked happier than ever as Eva aptly captioned the image: ‘Smiles all around.’  

Serenity: The Desperate Housewives actress, 45, appeared to be blissfully happy and care-free as she shared a series of candid snaps from her holiday to her 7.9 million Instagram followers

Serenity: The Desperate Housewives actress, 45, appeared to be blissfully happy and care-free as she shared a series of candid snaps from her holiday to her 7.9 million Instagram followers

In another image posted to her social media account, the beauty displayed her eye-popping curves in a plunging swimsuit.

Eva oozed glamour and sophistication in the black number the featured studded detailing around the revealing neckline. 

She looked completely radiant as she showcased her summer tan and sported a flawless rose gold makeup look. 

Youthful beauty: Eva showcased her ageless good looks and radiant complexion as she rocked a plunging black swimsuit that featured stud detailing

Youthful beauty: Eva showcased her ageless good looks and radiant complexion as she rocked a plunging black swimsuit that featured stud detailing 

Eva also shared another image of her sweet toddler who was staring at a turtle which amusingly was almost as big as him. 

He wore a turquoise polo shirt and navy striped shorts as he stretched out his arms in amazement at the reptilian animal.

In June 2018, Eva revealed that she had welcomed her first child into the world with her husband José ‘Pepe’ Baston, who she tied the knot with in 2006. 

Blown away: On their trip her two-year old appeared amazed when he came across a giant turtle that was almost the same size of him and was walking across the decking

Blown away: On their trip her two-year old appeared amazed when he came across a giant turtle that was almost the same size of him and was walking across the decking

During an interview with People magazine, she opened up about her struggles with the current coronavirus pandemic and admitted she is glad her son is too young to understand what is fully going on. 

She explained: ‘I’m lucky cause my son is so little, he’s not in school yet and he’s not quite a baby so he’s just in the sweet spot of ‘has no idea what’s going on’ and just loves that Mom and Dad are home all day long.’ 

She’s also determined to keep the tot occupied during the lockdown.  

‘I have like his whole day planned, like we’re going to paint in the morning for an hour and then we’re going to do flashcards and we’re going to do the alphabet,’ she said. ‘Then he’ll find a box and play with that for five hours, and I’m like, okay, all my planning goes out the door.’

Ignorance is bliss: Eva considers herself lucky that her son is too young to understand what is going on with the world's current pandemic and loves spending her days with him

Ignorance is bliss: Eva considers herself lucky that her son is too young to understand what is going on with the world’s current pandemic and loves spending her days with him

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