Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello have announced their divorce 7 years after their wedding. The Modern Family actress and the True Blood actor met in 2014 and got married in 2015. Sofia is currently on holiday in Italy.
TO seven years after marriagetwo of the biggest stars on the small screen have announced the end of their relationship. Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiellowho got married in Palm Beach, Florida in November 2015 in front of 400 guests, confirmed to the American press their separation.
“We took difficult divorce decision“, the couple shared in a statement to Page Six. “How two people who love each other and they care a lot about each other, we kindly ask respect for our privacy right now as we move into this new stage in our lives“.
The source added: “Sofia and Joe together been away for a while and they move away from each other for some distance to consider their future“. The pair were last seen together last month in Hoboken, New Jersey, when Vergara visited Manganiello on the set of her new project called Nonnas, starring Vince Vaughn.
This news came a few days after the celebration of the actress “modern family“for his 51st birthdayspent a vacation in Italy. Sophia spent a few days in Capri with friends, and fans immediately noticed not only the absence of Joe, but also that Vergara was noticed no wedding ring on the left ring finger.
Although the actor 46-year-old from “True Blood” didn’t attend the party, he shared a birthday post on Instagram to celebrate his now ex-wife. “¡¡¡Happy Cumpleanos Sofia!!!he simply wrote in the caption of a photo in which they are still happily pictured together during one of Sophia’s previous birthdays.
La Vergara, which has 31 year old son by name Manolo was with her first husband, Joe Gonzalez, and Manganiello met for the first time via Modern Family co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson at the White House Correspondents Association Dinner in 2014when she was still engaged to businessman Nick Lob. After the engagement ended, Joe asked for her number and their relationship quickly became serious.