Sofia Vergara, Vogue

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Sofia Vegara wants to expand her brood, but her boobs are just fine, thank you very much.

In the April issue of Vogue, the Modern Family star opens up about her desire to have more kids in addition to her 21-year-old son, Manolo González, and reveals she's seeing a fertility doctor to make it happen given that at 40, she's nearing the end of her childbearing years.

"I have to be careful what I eat because they're freezing my eggs!" Vergara told the magazine.

The Colombian beauty added that she's started treatment already with hormone pills, which will be followed by hormone injections.

"They want to get as many good eggs as they can because usually you produce them but they're not good," she said regarding the difficulties she faces at her age. "They have to be perfect, perfect, perfect ones. My boyfriend [fiancé Nick Loeb] is 37, younger than me, never had kids. So."

Since the sit-down was for Vogue's annual Shape issue, Vergara couldn't resist discussing the topic on many of her male fans' minds: her dangerous curves, of course.

She admitted that having large breasts has always been a challenge, especially when it comes to finding clothing that works for her. 

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"I mean, a normal girl will just put the dress on and leave. I need them to be like an armory," the buxom actress added. "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!" Vergara continued with a hint of frustration. "I have to build the dresses up to here so that the bras—ach, it's a whole, der–ugh–tchah!"

When it comes to good tailoring, Sofia confessed she relies on a handful of designers, most notably Roberto CavalliVera Wang and Donna Karan, the latter two of which are designing dresses just for her.

To read Vergara's full Vogue interview, click here.

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