Eva Longoria wishes to clarify an impression she may have left after discussing the sexual aggressiveness – or lack thereof – of her boyfriend, NBA star Tony Parker.
After having told Allure magazine that in matters of love she was “the experienced one” in the relationship, the Desperate Housewives star has now gone on to inform TV’s Extra that “when the lights are out, he’s the teacher.” She added: “I’m the student.”
Longoria, 31, had told Allure that when she and he French-born Parker, 23, a point guard for the San Antonio Spurs, first met in the team’s locker room after a game, it was “lust at first sight,” adding, “He’s very sweet.”
But she also said: “I’m the experienced one. I’m the teacher, especially about love. He’s always telling me he’s never met anyone who loves the way I do – wholly and freely and unconditionally.”
Longoria similarly revealed that she and Parker share different opinions on certain issues, including having a child out of wedlock. “I would. But Tony won’t,” she said. “He’s only been with one other person in his life.”
Asked whether they have any immediate wedding plans, Longoria said, “No, no, no. But we know exactly what we want in our future. Our children will speak French.”