Ariel Winter opened up about what it’s like living with her boyfriend
Sometimes making the decision to move in with a partner can be pretty tricky. Luckily, Ariel Winter’s decision to move in with her boyfriend Levi Meaden seems to have only made things between the pair peachier.
The Modern Family actress sat down with Jimmy Kimmel on his show, where she not only spoke about the fact that Modern Family had been renewed for TWO MORE SEASONS, but also about how, at only 19, she has her own house and lives there with her boyfriend.
“I do have my own house, which is really exciting for me!” she said to applause from the audience.
However, when quizzed by Kimmel about whether she was out “mowing the lawn and cooking and doing all the stuff you do when you own a house,” Winters said that much of the manual labor to her partner, 29-year-old actor Levi Meaden.
"My boyfriend and I live together, and he cooks. I can't cook at all," she admitted. "He takes care of all that handy stuff, he's great, he does all that.I can bake a pie occasionally. Pumpkin and apple, I baked those two the other day. They were edible."
Continuing, Winter went on to say that she was “horrible” at all that domestic stuff, and tbh we totally get it. It’s not for everyone, and that’s totally cool.
“I’m like the worst ‘wifely’ person,” she said, laughing and using ironic air-quotes. “Like I said, I bake those pies, he does everything else. It’s great.”
In fact, she argued, she basically relies on Postmates, and who can blame a girl from needing something convenient (we’ve all been there).
Watch the interview below.
The star also spoke about her plans to go to college (she recently got accepted to UCLA), where she wants to study political science, and then train to become a lawyer. That doesn’t mean, however, that she’d give up her acting career.
“I love being an actress, I think it’s great,” she said. “But I definitely want to have another skill because I could work today and then never work a day in my life… and as long as have a backup plan, I’ll be set.”
We totally get Winter wanting to branch out from being an actor, and given the current climate, political science sounds good to us. Now, when will we be invited over for pie?