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Eva Longoria Doesn’t Want to Get Married Again, Indifferent About Having Kids

Eva Longoria at Club Nokia on September 24, 2013 in Los Angeles
Twice-divorced Eva Longoria says she feels no need to get married again and is not one of those women who needs to have kids

Looks like the third time won't be the charm for Eva Longoria. Having already walked down the aisle twice before — in 2002 with Tyler Christopher, and in 2007 with Tony Parker — the Desperate Housewives alum, 38, told Access Hollywood Live she feels no need to get married again.

"I've been married twice. Been there, done that!" the star quipped when asked if she feels pressure to wed as she gets older. (Longoria and General Hospital actor Christopher split in 2004; she divorced NBA player Parker in 2011.)

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The SHe steakhouse restaurateur also said she's not in any particular rush to have kids, biological clock be damned. "I'm not one of those women who are like, 'I must procreate!'" she said. "I think kids are a product of love. So if you find the right person and you want to have a family with that person, then that's when the time is right. But…if I'm 50 and single, I'm not going to go do it myself."

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Aging, in general, doesn't concern the single star, who split from boyfriend Ernesto Arguello — star of the reality show Ready for Love, which she produced — in August. "It's kind of irrelevant to me. I work out a lot, and I eat really well, and I just do that because I feel better," she told Access Hollywood. "I'm not really overly concerned with it."

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In fact, she kind of enjoys it. "I love aging, as far as getting wiser. I have no desire to be 25 again," she said. "Maybe I want my 25-year-old body, but I don't want my 25-year-old mind."

Longoria is still in great shape, but should the time come when she starts to look her age, she's open to trying out some anti-aging treatments. "I am not opposed to surgery or whatever stuff is going to be available," she confessed. "Sign me up!"

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