Newlywed Eva Longoria has been banned from having children by her 'Desperate Housewives' boss.The show's creator Marc Cherry told the couple during his wedding speech that Eva - who married basketball star Tony Parker in Paris on Saturday (07.07.07) - can't get pregnant for at least a year because it hasn't been written into her character Gabrielle Solis' storyline .Eva insists she is "fine" with the pregnancy ban and is looking forward to spending time alone with her new husband.She told America's OK! magazine: "We're fine with that. We want to spend some time with each other, even though we want kids very much."The couple opted for a traditional Roman Catholic wedding at Paris' Saint Germain l'Auxerrois church.Eva, who was born to Mexican-American parents, was keen to pay tribute to her Mexican roots during the ceremony.Reverend Dominic Schubert, who officiated proceedings, revealed: "We added the Mexican traditions, with the lazo (large rosary) and the dimes, the Bible readings and the lighting of the unity candle."
Eva has laughed off claims Tony chose July 7 (07.07.07) for their big day because it is considered to be a lucky date.
The 32-year-old actress said: "Tony is probably the least superstitious man I know. We had a great wedding. It was quite simple, traditional and personal."
Tony, who plays for San Antonio Spurs, added: "It was the only day we could both do it."
The couple opted for a red theme on their special day. Guests received red invitations and were transported to the reception at Château de Vaux le Vicomte on red buses. Eva also chose a red wedding cake.
The five-tiered creation - flown in from California - featured a vanilla pound cake filled with crushed organic raspberry preserve and white buttercream.
Sam Godfrey, who made the cake, revealed: "You don't see a wedding cake like this very often. It has a little flair, but it's really simple and sophisticated."
Tony, 25, previously dismissed suggestions their wedding cake would be made in the US.
He said: "Why take a cake from the United States if it is France that makes the best cakes?"