Kaley Cuoco has spoken out after it was revealed that she’s living alone, one year after marrying husband Karl Cook.
"Life is about balance. It's great - we are building our dream house, so we're gonna be in our home together very soon. But as of now, it's worked out fine for us. I have no problem with it,” she told Extra.
The pair still haven’t moved in together according to Kaley, who told E! News this week that their ‘unconventional’ relationship means they don’t always follow a traditional timeline.
Not like most couples
She explained that unlike many married couples, the two don’t see each other daily.
“We have a very unconventional marriage, you know. We have different locations that we’re at a lot. We’re not together every single day,” she explained.
The revelation gives some context to an Instagram post shared by the actress recently.
The funny face shot of the two was captioned, ‘Mine on Sundays’ by Kaley, but few realised she was potentially being deadly serious.
The pair are famously in demand - Karl is an equestrian star, competing professionally all over the globe, and with Kaley’s 12 year run on The Big Bang Theory finally at an end, she is diving into new projects.
Kaley is currently producing adult animated series Harley Quinn, in which she voices the titular superhero.
With both acting and producing taking up her time, it’s unclear when exactly the pair plan to share a roof.
Social media sharers
In the meantime they are not shy about playing out their relationship on social media.
The two regularly share hilarious snaps of one another, most far from flattering.
Kaley also touched on this in the interview.
“(Our Instagram activity) makes life really fun. He really likes his Instagram posts. He’s his biggest fan,” she quipped.
The lovebirds got hitched in June last year after two years spent dating.
This is the Kaley’s second marriage, after she divorced first husband Ryan Sweeting after two years back in 2016.
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