Eva Longoria shows off toned abs in new workout photo with son: 'The cutest trainer'

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Actress Eva Longoria gave birth to her son Santiago in 2018. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Actress Eva Longoria gave birth to her son Santiago in 2018. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Eva Longoria's new "trainer" seems to be more than just a bundle of cuteness.

The 47-year-old actress posted an Instagram photo on Friday posing with her son Santiago in a workout room. In the photo, Longoria embraces her son and kisses his cheek while wearing a light purple athleisure fit from women-owned brand Agent84, topping the look off with white sneakers featuring a matching purple trim.

"Check out my new trainer," the "Desperate Housewives" star captioned the post.

Longoria's son might only be 3-years-old, but he could be Hollywood's next big personal trainer. The mom, who gave birth to Santiago in 2018, sports a fit figure and toned abs in her photo.

Fans loved the former "Young and the Restless" actress's post, filling her comments section with heart emojis and admiration.

"I want that smokin' hot body of yours!!! Is he up for hire?!" joked "Once Upon a Time" star Lana Parrilla.

"You could grill veggies on those abs," one fan raved.

"He knows what he's doing," another quipped. "You look great."

"I'm on my way," someone replied. "Can he give me those abs?! Wowza."

"He knows his job well for sure! You look amazing," another fan commented.

"This is so precious. The love coming from your eyes is wholesome," one person added. "And he loves his mommy. How adorable."

In 2019 when Santiago was a 1-year-old, Longoria opened up about motherhood to "Parents" magazine, explaining she aims to be a good mother but doesn't think "everybody should use" her tactics as the sole example of parenting.

But that doesn't mean the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star isn't teaching her child important lessons and values. In fact, she says in the interview that Santiago is always invested in her day-to-day life. She explains how the little one is a mainstay while she works, even bringing him on set to "Grand Hotel" since it had a predominantly female production crew.

"I feel there’s more pressure to raise a good man today in this world and to make sure he understands equality and feminism,” Longoria explains. “But it’s not about telling him, it’s about showing him in his everyday life."

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