Sofia Vergara took to social media with a series of shots from her birthday weekend, as she celebrated turning 50. ‘Feliz cumpleaños to me!’ the Modern Family actress captioned a shot Sunday, with the hashtags 50 and officiallyold.

She also posed in a selfie in front of the table, adding emojis of hearts, balloons and cake, as she wore a patterned pink strapless dress with multiple gold necklaces.

The America’s Got Talent star enjoyed an outing at the Tower Bar in Los Angeles Saturday, as she donned a strapless red and white dress with floral patterns, black sunglasses and her light brown locks down and parted.

In the clip, she panned over a table stacked with floral arrangements and a birthday cake with an image of her as a child on the top. On the cake board, a message read, ‘Feliz cuarenta y diez!’ which is Spanish for ‘Happy 40 and 10.’

The Barranquilla, Colombia native posed in front of a wine bottle that read, ’50 & still fabulous’ as she gathered with relatives including her son Manolo Gonzalez Vergara, 30, and niece Claudia Vergara, 29. She was also seen in front of a coconut cake with the numbers 50 marking the occasion.

Vergara’s husband, actor Joe Manganiello, 45, posted a series of shots to the social media site on Sunday of him and his spouse. He captioned the shot: ‘¡Feliz Cumpleaños mi amor! I love you so much.’

The celebrity couple celebrated the ninth birthday of their pet chihuahua, Bubbles, over the weekend, as Vergara on Saturday wrote, ‘Today is Bubbles bday!!! Happy 9th bday!!!’

The Emmy nominated actress received a series of birthday wishes from fellow celebs in the comment section of her posts. Model Adriana Lima, 41, wrote, ‘Happy birthday beautiful lady,’ while model Jenny Watwood, 31, wrote, ‘I hope I look this good. Happy birthday!’

Manganiello shared a shot with the dog, writing, ‘HAPPY 9th BIRTHDAY to my little buddy, the baby Bubbles.’ Vergara remains thriving in her career, as she plays late Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco in the forthcoming Netflix miniseries Griselda. 

The show will follow Blanco’s rise as a drug trafficker from Colombia to Miami, where she was a key player in the Medellin Cartel amid the infamous Cocaine Cowboy Wars in South Florida.


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