Ariel Winter shares a racy, cleavage-baring Easter photo

Ariel Winter Talks Breast Reduction Scars, Explains Why She's 'Not Ashamed'

The Easter Bust! Ariel Winter proudly showed some skin on Sunday in a holiday message for her 1.6 million Instagram followers. The Modern Family star, 18, posted a photo of herself in a dangerously low-cut white mini-dress that flashed plenty of cleavage.

"#HappyEaster," she captioned the racy shot.

RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Ariel Winter Talks Showing Off Her Breast Reduction Surgery Scars

The teen went public with her decision to undergo breast reduction surgery last August. She received some online criticism earlier this year after showing her scars from the surgery on the red carpet at the SAG Awards.

"I knew I had scars, but it didn't even cross my mind that I should cover them," she told ET of the backlash at the time. "It really bothered me when online I was getting a lot of criticism for having my scars out."


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MORE: Ariel Winter Says Kim Kardashian Promotes 'Body Positivity'

The sitcom star isn't letting the haters bring her down. In fact, she's helping lift up other women. She recently defended Kim Kardashian after other celebrities mocked the reality star's nude selfie.

"I think she's promoting body positivity," Winter said of Kardashian in an interview on the Kyle & Jackie O Show. "Young girls being able to express that they don't have a stick-thin body, they're curvy. And stick-thin bodies are amazing and those girls are amazing too. I think that everybody's body should be celebrated, no matter what it is."

Kardashian thanked Winter for the support with a giant bouquet after Bette Midler, Chloe Grace Moretz and more bashed the mother of two for her sexy shot.

Ariel Winter Defends Kim Kardashian's Nude Selfie: 'She's Promoting Body Positivity'

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