Sofia Vergara reveals a high-fashion look in the April issue of Vogue magazine. (Photo/Courtesy VOGUE – Mikael Jansson)

Sofia Vergara admits she is freezing her eggs

Sofia Vergara has far eclipsed her former stardom as a novela actress and while the Colombiana has a rapidly growing empire that includes deals with Diet Pepsi, Cover Girl and Kmart alongside her production company, Latin WE, there’s one thing that she doesn’t have just yet: a second baby. Vergara sets the record straight in Vogue’s April Shape issue – she is making no apologies for freezing her eggs in hopes of a baby with fiance Nick Loeb, who at three years her junior, has yet to be a father.  Looking every inch the glamorous A-lister in a curve hugging gown and va-va-voom red lipstick in the pages of the high-fashion magazine, Vergara’s revealing interview with Vogue sheds some light on a  powerhouse Latina who is freezing her eggs in hopes of one day having more children, all the while working towards becoming the mogul and woman she’s always wanted to be.

On freezing her eggs for soon-to-be hubby Nick Loeb: Vergara has begun the process of freezing her eggs and told Vogue that doctors “want to get as many eggs as they can because usually you produce them but they’re not good. They have to be perfect, perfect, perfect ones. My boyfriend is 37, younger than me, never had kids. So.” And she does have the support of her son Manolo, revealing “You know, sometimes he used to scream at me when he was younger,” remarked Vergara to the magazine. “‘Why can’t you have another baby, so you can stop focusing on me?’”

On the accent that made her famous: Vergara admits that she once took speech classes to remedy the accent that her “Modern Family” character Gloria Delgado Pritchett made famous. “But I spent so much money, so much time, and then when I would go to auditions I was always thinking about the pronunciation … And then one day I said, You know what? That’s it. If I can’t get a job with my accent, then this is not a job for me.”

Michelle Obama graces the cover of Vogue's April issue, which features a frank interview with Sofia Vergara

Michelle Obama graces the cover of Vogue’s April issue, which features a frank interview with Sofia Vergara (Photos/Courtesy Vogue – Annie Leibovitz & Mikael Jansson)

On getting dresses tailored to accommodate her hourglass shape: “My dresses are like a work of art inside because, you know, I am 40 years old, I had a baby, and I am a 32F boob. And they are real still. When they are fake, you take the bra off and they are still there, perfect! Me—no, so I have to bring them up!”

On amassing a multi-million dollar fortune: “All the things that I dreamed in my career to do, all the businesses that I have, like my Kmart collection, like all the endorsements that I have [for Diet Pepsi and CoverGirl] and you know all the charities that I wanted to fund—it’s all because of Modern Family. So I am taking advantage while I can, to make money like I can now, because why not? It’s part of my job, doing what I like.”

On being more than an on-screen personality: “I never wanted to be an actress [just] to be an actress,” Vergara shared with Vogue. “I wanted to be an actress or a celebrity with a business. For me, I never even knew I could be funny or act. I went to dentist school.”

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