Eva Longoria keeps cool in blue sleeveless maxi dress as she counts down to ...

She's due to give birth to her first child any time now.

And Eva Longoria looked ready to pop as she took a stroll on Sunday in  Los Angeles.

The former Desperate Housewives star, 43, dressed for comfort on the warm day in a sleeveless blue maxi dress with short slits at either side.

Any time now: Eva Longoria, who is heavily pregnant with her first child, kept cool in a sleeveless blue maxi dress with side slits as she stepped out Sunday in Los Angeles

Any time now: Eva Longoria, who is heavily pregnant with her first child, kept cool in a sleeveless blue maxi dress with side slits as she stepped out Sunday in Los Angeles

Eva shaded her makeup-free face with a baseball cap and reflective sunglasses and stepped out in silver flip flops.

She carried her smart phone with her and wore a black purse on a gold chain slung across her body.

The actress was accompanied by her husband Jose Baston, 50, and the cute couple held hands as they walked along.

The media businessman, 50, wore a t-shirt that matched the color of his wife's dress along with white slacks and green flip flops.

Simpatico: The actress, 43, was accompanied by her husband Jose Baston, 50, who wore a t-shirt that matched the color of her dress

Simpatico: The actress, 43, was accompanied by her husband Jose Baston, 50, who wore a t-shirt that matched the color of her dress

Casual: Eva shaded her makeup-free face with a baseball cap and reflective sunglasses and stepped out in silver flip flops. She wore a black purse on a gold chain slung across her body

Casual: Eva shaded her makeup-free face with a baseball cap and reflective sunglasses and stepped out in silver flip flops. She wore a black purse on a gold chain slung across her body

Devoted couple: The Mexican media businessman and the former Desperate Housewives star tied the knot in 2016

Devoted couple: The Mexican media businessman and the former Desperate Housewives star tied the knot in 2016

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