Kaley Cuoco moves in with her husband after almost two years of marriage

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Actress Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook  at The 22nd Annual Critics' Choice Awards. Photographed by Gregg DeGuire
Actress Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook at The 22nd Annual Critics' Choice Awards. Photographed by Gregg DeGuire

Celebrities are also joining the list of couples who prefer alternative ways of being married. Kaley Cuoco, has been married for two years but only recently made the announcement that she has just moved in with husband Karl Cook.

The actress, who married Karl in June 2018, has took to her Instagram account to reveal that she and her husband have finally decided to live together.

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She shared a photo of Karl kissing her on the cheek when she confirmed the news. The ‘Big Bang Theory’ star previously admitted she is excited to move in with her husband, saying she could hardly wait to “open the door” to their newly built home. 

“I haven’t lived in it yet, so when I get home, that’ll be the first time that I’m in it. We’re so excited. Neither of us has spent one night in the house. We haven’t been there. It looks ready to go. I can’t wait to open the door. We are really excited about that,” she shared.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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