Eva Longoria's baby ban
Jul 11, 2007, 11:00 GMT
Newlywed Eva Longoria has been banned from having children by her 'Desperate Housewives' boss.
The show's creator Marc Cherry told the couple during his wedding speech that Eva - who married basketball star Tony Parker in Paris on Saturday (07.07.07) - can't get pregnant for at least a year because it hasn't been written into her character Gabrielle Solis' storyline .
Eva insists she is "fine" with the pregnancy ban and is looking forward to spending time alone with her new husband.
She told America's OK! magazine: "We're fine with that. We want to spend some time with each other, even though we want kids very much."
The couple opted for a traditional Roman Catholic wedding at Paris' Saint Germain l'Auxerrois church.
Eva, who was born to Mexican-American parents, was keen to pay tribute to her Mexican roots during the ceremony.
Reverend Dominic Schubert, who officiated proceedings, revealed: "We added the Mexican traditions, with the lazo (large rosary) and the dimes, the Bible readings and the lighting of the unity candle."
Eva has laughed off claims Tony chose July 7 (07.07.07) for their big day because it is considered to be a lucky date.
The 32-year-old actress said: "Tony is probably the least superstitious man I know. We had a great wedding. It was quite simple, traditional and personal."
Tony, who plays for San Antonio Spurs, added: "It was the only day we could both do it."
The couple opted for a red theme on their special day. Guests received red invitations and were transported to the reception at Château de Vaux le Vicomte on red buses. Eva also chose a red wedding cake.
The five-tiered creation - flown in from California - featured a vanilla pound cake filled with crushed organic raspberry preserve and white buttercream.
Sam Godfrey, who made the cake, revealed: "You don't see a wedding cake like this very often. It has a little flair, but it's really simple and sophisticated."
Tony, 25, previously dismissed suggestions their wedding cake would be made in the US.
He said: "Why take a cake from the United States if it is France that makes the best cakes?"
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