Eva Longoria married Jose Antonio Bastón, her longtime boyfriend, last weekend. Bastón isn’t a celebrity, unlike her ex-husband Tony Parker.
That isn’t to imply he isn’t successful; on the contrary, he is. Longoria’s boyfriend is the president of Televisa, Latin America’s largest media corporation.
Early life Of José Bastón
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José Bastón was born on April 13, 1968, under the full name José Antonio Bastón Patino. Ricardo Alfredo Baston Talamantes (father) and Gloria Patino (mother) raised him in Mexico City, Mexico (mother). Bastón is a Latino Mexican national.
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José Bastón is a private individual who keeps a lot of his personal and work life private. He did, however, grow up in Mexico with his family (most likely in Mexico City).
Rosalia Baston, the business tycoon’s younger sister, is his childhood companion. Baston grew up in a middle-class household. As a teenager, he began working to help pay for his undergraduate study at Universidad Iberoamericana (Ibero-American University).
Top Fact About José Bastón
1. Jose Antonio Bastón Makes An Excellent Impression In A Second Chance Situation
Longoria said of meeting Bastón through a mutual acquaintance in 2013: “I was getting out of a bad relationship, and he was getting out of a relationship, so there wasn’t a connection.” “So, we had a lovely talk, but no genuine connection.”
Longoria stated she had no recollection of their initial meeting — she was reintroduced to Bastón six months later – but there was “instant connection” at their second meeting.
She described it as “like the cliché angels singing.” “He was surrounded by a halo.”
2. Pepe Is Not His Only Nickname
Longoria is known for her amazing red carpet fashion outfits, but she isn’t the only one in the family that likes to dress up.
“We nicknamed him ‘Mr. Fancy Pants, He always wears a pocket square and a suit,'” so Longoria said of her fiancé, who also did a fantastic job choosing out her engagement ring, to PEOPLE Now in January. “He is a man with a great sense of style”.He is far more interested in fashion than I am!”
3. Jose Antonio Bastón Is A Good Student
When Longoria escorted Bastón to her parents’ golden wedding anniversary celebration and vow renewal earlier this year, she was overcome with emotion.
“I was sobbing.” She told E!’s Ryan Seacrest in January, “They’ve been married 50 years, and I was weeping.” “My father used to say that my mother was the prettiest girl he’d ever seen, and she still is.”
During the festivities, though, Bastón was more focused.
She laughed as she said, “Pepe was taking some notes.”
4. He Likes His Personal Space
“He hates it when I talk about him because he’s a very private man,” Longoria told PEOPLE in December. “However, I want to yell about everything that’s going on with us from the highest mountain top.”
Longoria remarked, “I’m pleased and excited to be with a person as nice as Pepe.” “He’s certainly one of the first men I’ve dated who are older, more established, and, in a sense, a grown-up.” It’s so good to be side by side with someone on your level.”
5. Jose Antonio Bastón A President Of Televisa
Bastón is the head of Televisa, Latin America’s largest media corporation.
Longoria’s Devious Maids costar and friend Ana Ortiz told PEOPLE in September, “I am so glad that [Eva] has someone who is not frightened by her and who is not afraid of her power, her beauty, her friendship, and her determination.”
“He’s just as determined as I am, and he’s incredibly supportive.”Longoria’s hectic work schedule even influenced where they decided to purchase their first house together late last year.
Longoria told PEOPLE in December that she and Bastón “negotiate” on a spot between Beverly Hills, where Bastón works, and Hollywood, where Longoria has lived since moving to Los Angeles two decades ago.
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