Less than two months after welcoming her first child, Eva Longoria has officially introduced little Santiago Enrique Bastón to the world. This isn't just any debut, mind you — Santiago made the cover of Hola! USA at just 6 weeks old, so he's already accomplished something most of us can only dream of. Not too shabby!
Longoria shared the adorable cover on Instagram accompanied by a sweet caption thanking the magazine's crew for making the perfect shoot happen. "Here he is! Santiago Enrique Baston is waving hello at the whole world! Couldn’t wait to share this picture with y’all!," Longoria wrote. "Thanks to @usahola and @bernardodoral for capturing these beautiful moments with my newborn son! #BabyBaston #HOLAUSA."
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Here he is! Santiago Enrique Baston is waving hello at the whole world! Couldn’t wait to share this picture with y’all! Thanks to @usahola and @bernardodoral for capturing these beautiful moments with my newborn son! 👶🏻 #BabyBaston #HOLAUSA 📸: @bernardodoral 💇🏻♀️: @kenpaves 💅🏼: @beautybyelan 👗: @charroxstylist
Little Santiago is indeed waving at the camera, and our hearts are melting. Longoria also spoke about life as a new mom — and she's loving it. "It’s magical. I feel like I’ve known him my whole life," the actor told the outlet.
If you can't get enough of Santiago, don't worry — more photos of Longoria and her little bundle of joy will be featured in a spread when Hola! USA's September issue releases next week.
When Longoria and her husband José Bastón welcomed Santiago last month, they shared their joy with Hola! USA, saying "We are so grateful for this beautiful blessing."
Santiago is Longoria's first child, but he has four older half-siblings to dote on him. Bastón has four children from a previous marriage: Natalia, 23, Mariana, 15, and twins Sebastian and José, 15.
Meanwhile, it looks like Santiago may already be on his first tropical vacation. This morning, Longoria posted a beach photo that's giving us serious envy.
"Anyone wanna join me? #vacay," Longoria captioned the post. That's a rhetorical question, right?