Modern Family star Sofia Vergara, 49, shocked fans with a teenage video of herself in a swimsuit taken in Barranquilla, Colombia
Sofia Vergara threw it back to the 80s on Wednesday when she shared a clip of herself filmed during her days in Barranquilla, Colombia.
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The 49-year-old actress can be seen sunbathing by a pool with her friends while showing off her incredible figure in a black bikini.
In the video, Sofia also sports bangs and dark brown hair and has a big smile on her face – and fans were shocked at how beautiful she looked then and how little she’s changed since then.
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“Perfect,” one wrote, while another asked, “Have you ever not been absolutely gorgeous?” A third added, “I bet you never thought back then that you would be where you are now.” You have achieved so much.”
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Sofia grew up in Baranquilla with her mother Margarita, father Julio and her five siblings, but left the country in 1998 after her brother Rafael was murdered in a kidnapping attempt.
Sofia poses with her mother Margarita
“We come from a successful family and he knew he was a target for kidnapping,” Sofia revealed in a previous interview. “He always had bodyguards. Then one day he went out alone and was shot [in a kidnapping attempt]. I was devastated.”
Sofia settled in Miami soon after, bringing her mother, sister, and younger brother Julio to live with her. Unfortunately, Sofia had to watch as her brother Julio fell into a drug and alcohol addiction that lasted for more than ten years and was deported back to Colombia in 2011 after more than 30 arrests.
The actress poses alongside her 30-year-old son Manolo
In a 2011 interview with parade Speaking in the magazine, Sofia said of Julio: “He started there with alcohol, then pot, then cocaine and crack. Now he’s like a different person.
“Seeing someone die over 10 years, piece by piece, that’s the worst punishment. With so many bad things happening, it creates a tough skin. Even when terrible things happen to me, I keep going.”
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