Sofia Vergara hasn't ruled out the idea of having children with soon-to-be husband Joe Manganiello, though she acknowledges she may need a little help. The pair are slated to tie the knot this fall, though no exact date has been revealed. At present they do not have any children together, but the 43-year-old "Modern Family" actress recently said that she may be open to having children with Manganiello, 38. However, she does have some concerns about her age.
According to an interview she did with Instyle (via People) for their October issue, if she and Manganiello did decide to expand their family, which includes Vergara's son Manolo Gonzalez-Ripoll Vergara from a previous relationship, they would have to enlist some outside help. She told the publication that, given her age, they would most likely need a surrogate. She went on to say that she's completely open to the idea, saying, "it's fine."
"I'm really borderline at my age to do it. And if I'm going to do it, I would need a surrogate," she said. "I'll need help. But I don't mind it; it's fine."
As we previously reported, it has been widely speculated that she and Manganiello will exchange their vows on Nov. 22. Insiders told Us Weekly that the ceremony will take place at Breakers Palm Beach Resort in Florida. The venue is a beachfront location that can host small weddings, with just 50 guests, as well as larger ones. Vergara's co-star, Ed O'Niell, confirmed in August that he and the entire cast of "Modern Family" would be in attendance. He also said Vergara will probably be one of the sexiest brides of 2015.