Ariel Winter kickstarted her 2020 with a butt-baring photo on Instagram on January 1. The Modern Family star posted a sexy clip of herself enjoying the beach on her vacation.
"✌?2020✌?#happynewyear ✌?," the 21-year-old captioned the clip. Ariel sported a black thong bikini, a white crop top and sunglasses as looked out into the water. She fluffed her hair and gave a smile as she turned to the camera. Fans loved how Ariel looked and commented their delight. One fan wrote, "You look so cheeky!" Another commented, "What a Fine looking Woman. ?❤️?❤️" while one user simply wrote, "Stunning!"
Actor Sterling Beaumon wondered if it was her new beau Luke Benward who took the video. The Lost star, 24, asked, "Is @labenward taking the video? Or @heathercatania?" Luke, 24, and Ariel sparked romance rumors in December 2019 when she was spotted getting close to the Dumplin’ star during a dinner date at Delilah’s in West Hollywood. Ariel was previously in a relationship with Levi Meaden and the pair split after three years together in October 2019.
“She’s definitely having fun with Luke right now,” a source recently told HollywoodLife.com. “Despite being seen with Luke, Ariel is considering herself finally single and happier than she has been in a long time. She takes her relationships very seriously and when she falls in love she throws every bit of herself into into it.”
It looked like Ariel had no trouble showing off her taut and toned assets on social media. She previously opened up to Women's Health how trying new antidepressant medications caused her to lose weight faster than she wanted.
“Years ago, it was hard because I’d go to the gym with my trainer and because of my antidepressant medications I never saw results,” the Sofia the First actress revealed to the wellness bible. "I didn’t change my antidepressants because I wanted to lose weight, I’d just accepted it and it was fine. I got inspired to actually find a medication that helped me as a person and did all the things I wanted it to do."
She continued, "When I changed meds, and started feeling better about myself mentally, losing weight was helpful because it made me feel like I wasn’t just stuck. I hate being stuck anywhere in life."
“I’ve always had curves and I like having curves” — but there were plenty of benefits. When I changed meds, and started feeling better about myself mentally, losing weight was helpful because it made me feel like I wasn’t just stuck,” she added. “I hate being stuck anywhere in life.”
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