Kaley Cuoco reveals how fiercely financially independent she is, says: "If Karl left me tomorrow, I'd be fine"
Knowing that they do not need to depend on each other financially makes Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook appreciate one another more often.
It has been a fast three months for newlyweds Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook. Celebrating their three month wedding anniversary just a few days ago the duo shared how they were as supportive of each other as much as they are independent.
In the November issue of Women Health magazine, 'The Big Bang Theory' actress shares some of her insights into her marriage with the famous champion equestrian who she had met at a horse show back in 2016. Back then Kaley was — and still is — one of the highest paid actress on TV and surprisingly even then he had no idea who she was.
"We bonded a lot over having the same kind of outlooks on life, insecurities, dating. He comes from a very well-to-do family, so there's all these [preconceived ideas] of being spoiled, and blah, blah, blah," she says of Cook, whose dad founded Intuit. "And he's just the opposite."
And Cook being someone who hadn't watch TBBT back then, worked out in Kaley's favor because he was then able to see her for who she really was. "It was great because he never kissed my ass at all, and he never cared about any of that," Kaley added. "He loved that I loved horses. It became a big talking point for us."
She also revealed how horseback riding changed her life in many ways for various reasons. The main reason among all being that it led her to Cook and because of that she has a husband who she loves. But according to her, the best thing is that neither of the two needs each other. Sharing that the need to be together is a daily choice by themselves. "I want to see him. I like knowing, though, that I'm [financially] set, because I've taken it upon myself to do that," she revealed. "I like to tell my friends, 'Always make sure you have your life going, and that you're No. 1, so that anyone who comes into it—husband, or boyfriend or girlfriend, however you roll—that's just an added bonus to something you're already creating.'"
Knowing that they do not need to depend on each other financially it makes the happy couple appreciate one and other much more than often. "I don't need Karl for anything. If Karl left me tomorrow, I'd be fine," the 32-year-old actor tells the magazine. "And he knows that, and he would be fine, too."