Eva Longoria Divorce

April 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Eva Longoria Divorce, Eva Longoria has confessed in tears at the end of her marriage to Tony Parker was completely “heartbreaking.” The actress from ‘Desperate Housewives’ fought back tears while talking about her separation from basketball player last November during an appearance on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” that aired in the U.S. on Thursday night.

Eva – who split from Tony amid allegations that he cheated on her with Erin Barry, the now ex-wife of former teammate Brent Barry – admitted that he felt like I lost part of their identity when the relationship implodes. Piers asked: “How was it for you when everything exploded when suddenly the fairy tale was suddenly hit by the hammer?” A tearful Eva replied: “It broke my heart was, is the first time that I’m talking about … sorry

“It broke my heart. I think it was disappointing because I had an identity of being Mrs. Parker and being a wife. And so when it is taken from you, you go, who am I? Was difficult.”

The beauty of 36 years old – who was born in Texas, but is of Mexican descent – also confessed that she refuses to hate Tony, despite the breakup.

Explained. “The marriage of my family is really a holy sacrament was something we did not frivolously but, you know, I think the relationship ran its course, and many people want to hate or to destroy itself. Him. And I do not. I like nothing but the best for him. It’s not a bad person. I just wanted something else. ”

Eva – who has been married once before to the General Hospital star Christopher Tyler – not to go into detail about why she and Tony, 28 years of division.

She said: … “There was a reason I married There was a reason I fell in love There’s a reason we were together for seven years he never talks publicly about what happened or why we got divorced, because love him and we still speak. They are still in the afterlife. ”

Surprisingly, when pushed by Piers if “there is no way back, so concerned, if a man behaving that way toward you?”

Eva – who was raised a Catholic – he replied, “I do not know Only time would tell that because I believe in forgiveness, I believe in forgiving and forgetting I do not know whether it’s because my faith and my religion… But I do. ”

The interview in “Piers Morgan Tonight airs on CNN International at 8 pm on Friday, BT

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