"We're meant to have children": Kaley Cuoco spills the beans on whether she and Karl Cook are ready to start a family

Kaley has been doing some 'family practice' posing with children of friends and with her dogs. She has even jokingly refereed to herself as a helicopter mom.


                            "We're meant to have children": Kaley Cuoco spills the beans on whether she and Karl Cook are ready to start a family

Though her 'Big Bang Theory' character might have decided that she does not want to have children, Kaley Cuoco has revealed that for her and her husband Karl Cook, it is just a matter of when. 

The actress who recently celebrated her three-month wedding anniversary to equestrian Cook, revealed during an interview with Entertainment Tonight saying, "I’m not quite there yet but I know that I will be 'cause I love kids. But I’m a worker bee right now – kind of my career is my focus and my husband. But, we love kids and we love animals so we’re meant to have children.”

 



 

 

If you have been following TBBT you would already be aware that Penny, recently told Leonard on a recent episode of the final season, that she does not want kids, as much as she likes her best friend Bernadette's kids. But, Kaley, on the other hand, will have a lot of free time to spare once she is done with the season finale, and just last week the 32-year-old hinted that she and her husband were getting some family practice. 

Recently she posted a picture of her and Cook in which one can see her husband holding one of their friend's kids and Kaley holding one of their dogs and captioning it, "Family practice 👪 🐶 I’m already a helicopter mom." 


 
 
 
 
 
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Family practice 👪 🐶 I’m already a helicopter mom @tinadilandriyates

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Apart from talking about her future plan, Kaley also spoke about her role as Harley Quinn in the upcoming Harley Quinn animated series where she will play the lovably maniacal clown. “I am thrilled! I’m honored,” she told ET. “It’s a great iconic character and there’s been a lot of spins on it in the past, so we’re hoping to bring a fun modern one, and it’s fun to yell and scream.”