Eva Longoria thanks mystery fans for Sydney meal

EVA Longoria has thanked two fans for anonymously paying her lunch bill.

The 40-year-old actress was stunned to discover her meal had already been paid for after enjoying a three-hour date with boyfriend Jose Antonio Baston at Manta Restaurant in Sydney on Tuesday (21.07.15).

The former 'Desperate Housewives' star, who has an estimated personal fortune of $35 million, expressed her gratitude to the mystery customers on Twitter, writing: "Thank you to whoever paid my lunch at #Manta's in #Sydney! So kind of u, wish I could have said thank u in person (sic)!"

A restaurant employee claims two men in their mid-50s covered the brunette beauty's tab.

The staff member told Australia's Daily Telegraph newspaper: "They were just two guys in their mid-50s in tracksuit pants looking really casual."  



Eva recently dismissed rumours she and Jose were engaged after she was spotted wearing an enormous diamond ring on her left ring finger.

While the couple have been dating since late 2013, the actress, who split from ex-husband Tony Parker in 2010 after three years of marriage after she discovered hundreds of text messages from another woman on his phone, also said: "Marriage and kids are not on the horizon."

But she added: "Let me tell you, I'm very lucky. I don't think I've ever been happier in my life! My projects, the brand, this home products line. I guess my life is more complete - you're in a different place in your 20s and 30s."  



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