Eva Longoria Opens Up About Painful Divorce

Claims "every time I think about it, I want to cry"

Emma Bennett
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It turns out that going through an extremely public break-up isn't the easiest thing in the world. Who knew?

"Desperate Housewives" actress Eva Longoria admits that her divorce from basketball star Tony Parker has "been hard," revealing that "every time I talk about it, I want to cry."

In a new interview with "Allure" magazine, Longoria goes on to say that she has had a difficult time adjusting to her new single life.

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"I'm kind of having to find new patterns," she says. "Because I'm used to always being on a plane and flying to a basketball game."

Even during this rough stretch, it turns out the 36 year-old isn't without some shoulders to cry on - she name-checks her "Housewives" co-stars for being integral to her piece of mind.

"Two actors who I lean on heavily for life advice are Marcia Cross and Felicity [Huffman]. We're like sisters," says Longoria. 

The rest of the interview - where Longoria discusses her burger-flipping past and the groundbreaking nature of her "Housewives" role - can be found in the April issue of "Allure," on stands March 22nd.

Selected Reading: Allure, PopEater, USA Today

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