Actress, Ariel Winter reveals decision to have breast reduction surgery…at 17
Ariel Winter may not have surpassed her teenage years yet, but she’s already made the choice to go through with breast reduction surgery, a choice that many women will respect the seventeen year old for making as it must have been a hard decision to make.
“It really did happen overnight,” the “Modern Family” actress said when discussing her 32F-sized breasts. “I remember being in my sister’s wedding and being so flat and thinking, I just wish I would grow boobs! And then overnight I did. But then they kept growing and growing and growing, and it didn’t seem like they were going to stop.”
At little over five feet tall, Winter’s assets picked up a fair bit of attention both on and off the red carpet.
“We live in a day and age where everything you do is so ridiculed,” Winter explained.
“As women in the industry, we are totally oversexualized and treated like objects. Every article that has to do with me on a red carpet as to do with ‘Ariel Winter’s Crazy Cleavage!’ or ‘Ariel Winter Shows Huge Boobs at an Event!’ And that’s all people would recognize me by.”
Just over two months ago, on June 4, Winter underwent surgery, which reduced the size of her breasts from a 32F to a 34D.
Her on screen family as said to be “really happy” for Winter, but she stated that co-star Sofia Vergara had an interesting reaction.
“I just saw Sofia [Vergara] the other day, and she was like, ‘Oh my God! I love them! They’re great!’ I was like, this is hilarious.’”
With the Primetime Emmys not too far away, Winter is relishing the opportunity to pick out the perfect dress for her first public appearance following her successful surgery.
“I’m just excited to try on all the dresses! Now I can wear all styles of dresses and all styles of things,” Winter exclaimed. “I don’t always have to pick the tightest, most formfitting dress I can find. I can pick something else and still feel good about myself. I couldn’t do that before. I’m excited to finally actually feel confident and not just appear confident.”