Kaley Cuoco recently revealed that she was heartbroken when she was told that 'The Big Bang Theory' will be ending after season 12. However, it is so good to see her smiling again as she celebrated her three-month wedding anniversary on Sunday.
The actress who recently got hitched celebrated her three-month wedding anniversary on September 30 and, on October 1, she took to Instagram to gush about her husband Karl Cook. October 1 coincidentally happened to be #mancrushmonday. "3 months and a #mcm all rolled into one... here's to you my darling," she captioned an adorable photo of the couple together.
The couple who are both animal lovers had a wedding that fit them perfectly. From the floral horseshoe altar to the horse stable venue in Rancho Santa Fe, California, the wedding was definitely themed and it was definitely something that caught everyone's eyes. The one to steal everyone's attention was Cuoco's horse Smooshy who ended up having stage fright.
"We had rehearsed with her the day before and she walked right up [to the altar]… and it was like, 'Oh my gosh, she owned it!'" Cuoco revealed on The Talk late last month. "So then, on the actual wedding day, we ended up putting a little sign around her neck that said 'Here comes the bride' and, in her defense, she did not rehearse with this." Well, seems like the sign was enough to give Smooshy the jitters due to which she froze when she went to the altar.
"I'm like, 'What's going on?' because I can't really see, and it's become, like, this hush around the crowd because she just stood there," Cuoco continued. "[But] it ended up being one of the cutest moments. Eventually, she scooted on, but she really took her time with that!"
And now that the show is finally coming to an end, Cuoco looks at the bright side of things and thinks that this might actually be a good thing. To start off, this means she will have more time to concentrate on other shows. According to Deadline, Cuoco's first project is already on the roll as she's set to star and executive produce a limited TV series called 'The Flight Attendant'. "This has been such a cushion for me so many years," Cuoco told The Talk when asked about TBBT. "But I have a production company now that I love and I've started to put on a producing hat, which I never was interested in before."
Cuoco is also glad and excited that now she will be able to spend more quality time with her animals. She says she might even start horse riding properly again after having to give it up professionally in 2010 after a horse riding accident that left her with a broken leg and two metal bars inserted inside. "I'm an equestrian. I love horses," she said. "I'd actually really like to challenge myself a little bit more in that area."