Eva Longoria wants to "cry" every time she thinks about her marriage split.
The 35-year-old actress - who filed for divorce from basketball star Tony Parker in November after almost three years of marriage - is still struggling to get to grips with establishing new routines and admits dealing with their separation is still "hard".
Eva - whose divorce was finalised in January - said: "I'm kind of having to find new patterns because I'm not used to having (so much time) -I'm used to always being on a plane and flying to a basketball game. It's been, well, every time I talk about it, I want to cry. It's been hard. Very hard. I'm just trying to get through it as gracefully as possible without any drama."
She told the new issue of Allure magazine: "I'm in a transition stage, settling into a new routine, and I welcome it."
The brunette beauty - whose parents are Tejano, meaning Texans of Mexican descent - explained: "'Desperate Housewives' was groundbreaking for Latinos in television because the Solises were the richest people on the block - and they're Mexican."