Sofia Vergara is celebrating her first anniversary with the “love of her life”.
The ‘Modern Family’ star has posted a sweet message to her husband Joe Manganiello to mark their first year of marriage.
Sharing a picture of her husband waiting for her at the altar on their wedding day, she wrote: “Happy First Anniversary love of my life, nothing compares to you … te amo. #thebreakerspalmbeach. I will never forget that face (sic)”
Meanwhile, the 44-year-old actress – who tied the knot with Joe, 39, in November 2015 – would love to have children with the ‘Magic Mike XXL’ actor but doesn’t think she could have them “naturally”.
She said: “I wouldn’t mind another child, my husband is younger than me and he wants kids so we’re trying to figure out what we’re going to do. The idea of doing it all again doesn’t scare me but, hey, it’s not like it’s going to happen naturally, is it? …
“I cannot just expect anything natural anymore. We’ll see what happens. It’s not something that doesn’t let us sleep. But it’s not something I am completely opposed to.”
And the brunette beauty previously confessed she didn’t want to date Joe at first because she thought he was “too hot”.
She explained: “When he started trying to convince me to go out with him, I didn’t want to go out with him because of that.
“I don’t want to deal with that, I am too old now to be with a guy that all the girls are like after him. ‘You’re too hot, this is going to be so much work.’ I’m not kidding. I didn’t want to go out with him because of how hot he was.”
The battle over Sofía Vergara’s frozen embryos with ex-fiancé Nick Loeb has taken a shocking turn. The actress is demanding Loeb reveal the names of two former girlfriends who underwent abortions around 20 years ago.
A California judge upheld Vergara’s request that Loeb, 41, name the women who terminated their pregnancies many years ago. A horrified Loeb appealed the decision, but the Court of Appeals backed Vergara….
Loeb filed a lawsuit in 2015 to protect, and bring to term, the two female embryos he created with Vergara … Vergara and Loeb had planned to use a surrogate but did not agree on what would happen if they split. Loeb … intends to raise the children himself without any parental or financial help from Vergara….
This is an unfortunate development. Mr. Loeb is doing the right thing by trying to save the embryos from destruction; but now he’s being forced by the courts to violate others’ privacy and, to use a term from Catholic moral theology, commit the sin of detraction by revealing the names of the post-abortive women from his past.
It’s legal hardball on the part of Vergara’s counsel, but still repugnant.
Abram Moore, counsel for Mr. Loeb, wrote in an email to me:
“Ms. Vergara is attempting to force Nick to disclose the names of his former girlfriends who had abortions decades ago. As Nick set forth in his New York Times editorial, his ex-girlfriend’s abortion caused him considerable duress after-the-fact, and contributed to the development of his firm pro-life beliefs.
“Ms. Vergara hopes to subpoena these women and force them to sit for depositions, where they will be grilled by her attorney about the reproductive decisions they made years ago. Whether one agrees with those decisions or not, we view this as a massive intrusion into their privacy for no reason.
“Her counsel has argued that, if these women were to testify that Nick did not object at the time, then he must not really be pro-life today. We have argued that these women should be left alone and that their testimony is entirely irrelevant to Nick’s current beliefs, which arose largely after and because of his relationships with these women.”
ARIEL Winter relied on her Modern Family to embrace her curves.
“When I was 11 years old and started the show I was completely flat,” Winter, 18, told Amazon’s Style Code Live.
“I always wanted to have boobs, to have a butt and curves, and it seemed like I would never get them … and then overnight I turned 12 years old and it was like everything was different and I had the boobs I wanted.”
Unfortunately, she got more than she asked for, eventually going on to get a breast reduction and flaunting the results all over social media.
“But they kept getting bigger and bigger and my body kept changing,” she added.
“I started to go online and post pictures of myself and go to events and stuff, I would get so much hate for it — I would get called fat and be told I looked trashy because of what I was wearing, but it was really hard to dress for my age and my body.”
Thankfully, Winter had fellow buxom co-star Sofía Vergara to help her adjust to the changes.
“I did start working with her when I was 11, so I had my whole body evolution, it sounds weird, in front of her and she watched me grow up,” Winter said.
“I think she really noticed I would need a little help and inspiration. She was always there for me, she was always great giving me tips and advice of how to appreciate my body. I always watched her appreciate how she looked.”
Aside from her on-screen aunt, Winter’s older sister, who went on to become her legal guardian, was an important influence on her body image.
“My sister was the greatest one,” Winter said.
“She was always that type of person who is super confident. She loves herself regardless if she’s in her pyjamas at the grocery store or going to a big event and looks amazing.”