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Ariel Winter is all grown up and threw the birthday bash to prove it!

The Modern Family actress had her 18th birthday on January 28th and celebrated the occasion with 300 of her friends and family at a Moroccan-themed party. Winter took to Instagram to share snippets of the event with fans, including her party outfit – a body-hugging Charbel Zoe bodysuit.

Winter shared some details about her extravagant soirée, which included belly dancers and men dressed like Aladdin, with E! News at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The actress said "it was just a really great night - all my friends, family, everyone was there!"

Photo: Instagram
Photo: Instagram

She also acknowledged to E! that her 300-strong guest list was "insane," but put it down to her large extended family thanks to her Greek heritage.

Photo: Instagram
Photo: Instagram

On Instagram Ariel posted photos with some of her more familiar guests, including her sister Shanelle Workman, and Modern Family co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his husband Justin Mikita.

These cuties ❤️ @jessetyler @justinmikita

A photo posted by Ariel Winter (@arielwinter) on

Ariel also posted a video with a selection of cute images of her with on-again, off-again boyfriend Laurent Claude Gaudette:

In the lead up to her 18th birthday, Winter has been showing off her more adult side, especially following her June breast reduction surgery. The star's choice to have the surgery was once again news this week after she showed off her scars while walking the red carpet at the SAG awards this past Saturday.

Ariel Winter says she is not ashamed of her scars
Ariel Winter says she is not ashamed of her scars

Despite some negative attention, Ariel showed maturity beyond her 18 years when she replied that she "wasn't ashamed" of her scars because they are now a part of her.

You go girl, and happy birthday!

Source: Yahoo! Celebrity

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