Eva Longoria may be 42, but she looks absolutely stunning in her new baby bump photos. Older moms are everywhere these days. So it's hardly a surprise that José "Pepe" Bastón and his gorgeous wife are expecting their first child.

A rep for Longoria confirmed that she is four months pregnant and expecting a baby boy. And she looks amazing. She totally rocked a leather LBD in Miami earlier this month and a blue velvet dress back in November.  


So how has Longoria managed to look so good while pregnant? Well, it helps that she was fit and healthy before she conceived.

Over the summer, Longoria told Health.com about her nutritious diet. At the time, she said she and Baston hadn’t eaten chicken or red meat since January. They have instead mostly stuck to a vegan diet, though they do still eat eggs and fish.

Eva Longoria and Pepe Baston Eva Longoria and Pepe Baston got engaged while on a romantic trip to Dubai.

Longoria also makes sure to work out as much as she can, even though she hates it. She told Health.com that she runs and does SoulCycle, Pilates, yoga and weight training. Yet it's her husband who makes sure she sticks to the program.

"My husband [motivates me]," she said. "He loves it. He's like, 'We gotta do it.' And I'm like, 'I knoooow.' We motivate each other. My motivation is also the glass of wine at the end of the day. I'm like, 'Eva, if you want that glass of wine, this is what we're gonna have to do.'"

But Longoria is hardly the only celeb who had a child after turning 40. Here's a look at five superstars who became moms after hitting the big 4-0.

1. Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson Janet Jackson gave birth to her first child at age 50 (Photo: Bauergriffin.com).

Janet Jackson made headlines earlier this year when she gave birth at age 50. The singer and her then-husband, Wissam Al Mana welcomed son Eissa Al Mana back in January. Jackson and Al Mana have since split up, and she may be getting back together with her ex, Jermaine Dupri.


2. Halle Berry

Halle Berry Halle Berry called her second child a "miracle" (Photo: Splash News).

Halle Berry was 47 when she gave birth to her son Mateo in October 2013. She even called the pregnancy a "miracle."

"I didn’t think it was possible at my age, honestly," she told Ellen DeGeneres in 2014. "They call it a geriatric pregnancy. I was, you know, on my way. This is probably way TMI, but I was kinda premenopausal, so to have this happen was huge."

3. Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani Gwen Stefani was 44 when she gave birth to her youngest child (Photo: Splash News).

With Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton facing constant baby reports, it is easy to forget that Stefani actually gave birth fairly recently. The blond beauty had her son Apollo in 2014 at age 44.


4. Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey Mariah Carey gave birth to twins a few years after a miscarriage (Photo: PressPhotoBank / Splash News).

Mariah Carey gave birth to twins in 2011 at age 42. She and her then-husband Nick Cannon had previously struggled with fertility problems and had a miscarriage in 2008.

5. Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman Nicole Kidman has expressed a desire to further expand her family (Photo: Splash News).

Nicole Kidman gave birth to daughter Sunday Rose at age 41 back in 2009.

She and husband Keith Urban later welcomed another daughter via surrogate. And even though Kidman is now 50, she may not be done having kids. "Keith and I would love to have more babies," she said in January. "My grandmother gave birth to my mother at 49. I would be beyond happy and just welcome it with open arms."

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