Eva Longoria and Tony Parker are set to marry in a civil ceremony Friday. The 'Desperate Housewives' actress and the basketball star will reportedly marry in a low-key ceremony at Paris' City Hall in the 4th Arrondissement area.
The civil ceremony - required by French law - will be officiated by Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoe and attended by the couple's closest friends and family.
Eva Longoria and fiance Tony Parker have enjoyed a romantic weekend in New York. The couple, who are set to marry at French castle Chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte on July 7, took a break from last-minute wedding preparations to watch the acclaimed Broadway musical "Wicked" and have an intimate meal on Saturday.
Eva also managed to pick up some gifts at toy store FAO Schwarz and visit stylist Robert Verdi for a final wedding-dress fitting. The 32-year-old brunette recently revealed she can't wait to show off her stunning bridal gown.
Eva Longoria and hubby-to-be have a big wedding present waiting for them when they return from their French wedding - a $2 million check.
The couple has exclusively sold the rights to photos from their upcoming lavish July wedding to OK! magazine. The "Desperate Housewives" actress and the NBA star have been negotiating with publications and have signed a deal with the international tabloid that offered the most money.
The day Eva Longoria officially becomes a "desperate housewife" is quickly approaching and her fiance is getting excited.
San Antonio Spurs player Tony Parker will marry Eva on July 7 in his native France. The sporting star is getting ready for the extravagant nuptials but says not everything reported about their day is true.