'Good Morning!': Sofia Vergara Shares Photo of Herself Lounging on a Glass Floor
The actress dropped it to the floor on Saturday morning
Sofia Vergara woke up like this?
The Modern Family star, 44, took to Instagram on Saturday morning to share a photo of herself laying on a glass floor showing a glimpse of the ocean below.
“Goodmorning!” she wrote of the post, which showed her in black bikini bottoms and a leopard-print coverup.
While the actress did not clarify where her tropical destination is, she shared two other photos on Friday that suggest she and husband Joe Manganiello are spending their weekend celebrating someone’s wedding.
“Ready for the rehearsal dinner party,” Vergara captioned a photo of her windblown hair and beachy floor-length skirt paired with a black top.
In an earlier post, she shared a picture with her actor husband, which she captioned, “Weeeeekend.”
Vergara penned the most adorable one-year anniversary note to her husband on Instagram, saying, “Happy First Anniversary to the love of my life. Nothing compares to you. Te Amo. #the breakerspalmbeach I will never forget that face.”
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Vergara continues to enjoy happy moments, despite recent drama with her ex-fiancé Nick Loeb. Earlier this month, a right-to-live lawsuit was reportedly filed against the actress on behalf of her frozen embryos. The suit asks that Loeb be given full custody of the embryos.
Loeb, 41, initially sued Vergara in 2015 over the embryos, claiming that he wanted to use the embryos to become a single father after the couple had split. (Vergara had previously said that the couple had signed an agreement in November 2013 that neither party would use the embryos without the other person’s consent.)
In a statement to PEOPLE shortly after these reports surfaced, Vergara’s lawyers deemed the December filing was “another unnecessary legal battle.”
“It is unfortunate that Loeb feels the need to keep himself linked to Vergara, who is happily married, by taking up more of our overburdened courts resources, preventing judges from focusing on real legal problems,” Vergara’s lawyers said. “If it is really a family that Loeb wants, he should hire a surrogate and an egg donor and create one without dragging Vergara through another unnecessary legal battle.”