Eva Longoria Dons Yet Another Tiny Bikini in Spain

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How many bikini changes can one physically manage in a week? If you’re living by Eva Longoria’s standards, about a billion—or, you know, four. Exaggeration aside, the actress has sure looked to be enjoying life on the beaches of Spain this week.

After making enviable bikini-clad appearances on the shores of Marbella and Ibiza, Longoria celebrated the weekend's end in Majorca—but she didn’t mess with the beach this time: girl went straight for that #YachtLyfe.

After taking a dip in the Mediterranean, the Desperate Housewives alum showered off on deck in a patterned blue string bikini (shop a similar look here).

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Longoria’s husband, José Bastón, has noticeably been traveling alongside his wife, but as it turns out their party is greater than just the two of them.

The actress posted a Boomerang on Monday featuring Prison Break actor Amaury Nolasco. “My brother @amaurynolasco is the bomb! :bomb: Love traveling the world with you! #Family#Brother #Spain #Vacation,” Longoria captioned her video.

RELATED: Bikini-Clad Eva Longoria Has a Steamy Make-Out Session on the Beach

We’ll be there in a sec, Eva—just grabbing a swimsuit!


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