Eva Longoria's 3-year-old son adorably crashes photo: 'When you're trying to have a photo shoot and your kid won't let you!'

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Eva Longoria shares adorable photo moment with 3-year-old son (Photo by Taylor Hill/WireImage)
Eva Longoria shares adorable moment with 3-year-old son. (Photo: Taylor Hill/WireImage)

Eva Longoria's son is ready for his close up!

On Wednesday, the 46-year-old actress shared several heartwarming photos showing her elegantly posing in a white and black outfit while Santiago, her 3-year-old son whom she shares with husband José Bastón, photobombed the mini shoot.

"When you’re trying to have a photo shoot and your kid won’t let you!" she captioned the post.

Celebrity friends and fans took to the comments to share their thoughts on the adorable moment.

"But he’s so handsome," Serena Williams wrote.

"Gorgeous ..both of you," a fan said.

"Now that’s cute and funny all at the same time," one commenter noted.

Another user added, "I feel this deeply!!! Same situation in my house!!!"

Longoria shared another photo with her son in the same ensemble holding him close to her writing, "Love of my life!"

During an interview with Us Weekly in December, Longoria noted that her son loves to explore and try new things

“People are like, ‘I can’t believe you let him cook with you and, like, break eggs and get dirty.’ He even covered the entire kitchen in flour, but I think it’s great. He’s playing with textures. … That’s the human being you want to raise, you know? You want them to be curious and question things and not just take things for face value,” she explained.

In addition, she admitted that though she loves how much her son is developing, she wished she could have "enjoyed the newborn stage more."

“That was the easy stage," Longoria said. "Like, they’re not mobile. They’re not talking. Now, he’s, like, all over the place. We haven’t really flown with him [amid the coronavirus pandemic] because he’s gonna lick everything in the plane. Before, he was a newborn that just slept. I should have traveled more.”