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Sofia Vergara throws Mexican fiesta for son's birthday

Published 19/09/2016

Sofia Vergara and son Manolo
Sofia Vergara and son Manolo

The TV star hired caterers from Danny Trejo's new Los Angeles taco place to feed her guests.

Actress Sofia Vergara treated her son to a surprise Mexican fiesta-themed party on Friday (16Sep16) to celebrate his 25th birthday.

The Modern Family beauty was joined by her husband, Joe Manganiello, and friends and family at the secret outdoor bash in Los Angeles, where guests enjoyed food from actor Danny Trejo's new vegan eatery, Trejo's Tacos and were treated to live music by a mariachi band.

She took to Instagram on Saturday (17Sep16) to share a collection of photos from the event, with one image showing the proud mum, who wore a red dress with cut out detailing and a low neckline, standing beside Manolo and his three-tier, tri-colour birthday cake, which had a little model of a mariachi musician perched on top.

"Happy bday Manolo!! Mexican Fiesta!!" she captioned the snap.

Another picture featured Sofia and a female relative donning mini sombreros and fake moustaches, while she also posted a shot of herself munching on a taco, and another of Magic Mike hunk Joe pretending to join in with the mariachi band.

Sofia later revealed she had decorated the place herself by posting a short video clip in which she stood atop a ladder, hanging up colourful streamers with her niece Claudia. The party also featured mini cacti and mariachi cardboard cut outs.

"Yesterday with @cdvergara getting Manolos surprice partiii (sic) ready," she wrote beside the footage. "all decorations by me! #imgettinggood (sic)".

Manolo is the star's only child from her first marriage to Joe Gonzalez.

Meanwhile, Sofia is known for her love of a good party - in July (16), the Colombian star and her loved ones celebrated her 44th birthday with a lemon-themed bash at a lemon grove in California.

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