Eva Longoria has been a Hollywood staple - both on the big and small screen - for years.
Following the success of "Desperate Housewives" and "Devious Maids" (which she executive produces), is the 38-year-old beauty feeling any pressure to have children?
"No, I'm not one of those women that's like, 'Oh I must procreate!'" the actress told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Wednesday's Access Hollywood Live. "So, no. I think kids are a product of love, so if you find the right person and you want to have a family with that person then that's when the time is right."
Eva, who is hosting the 2013 ALMA Awards, said that if she never becomes a mother, she will be at peace with that path.
"I don't think if I'm 50 and single - I'm not going to go and [have a baby] by myself," she said.
Would she like to get married again? (She split from Tony Parker in 2010.)
"I've been married twice, so that's been there, done that!" she said with a laugh.
As for what she looks for in a man, Eva said she doesn't have a "type" and has dated "all different kinds of types of men."
"[Being] funny is important, you know. [And being] educated is important to me," she said.
For more with Eva, including the rumors of a romance with George Clooney, check out this clip!
The 2013 NCLR ALMA Awards air Friday at 10e/7p on MSNBC.
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