Kaley Cuoco doesn't want to fall pregnant onscreen as she's reluctant to work with kids.
The 30-year-old actress plays Penny in The Big Bang Theory, and her alter ego walked down the aisle with Johnny Galecki's character Leonard during the first episode of the ninth season of the show. While Penny is now a married woman, Kaley joked she's hoping she doesn't fall pregnant any time soon because she hates working with youngsters.
She divorced Ryan Sweeting after less than two years of marriage, and now it seems Kaley Cuoco is back in the game with a new boyfriend.
The “Big Bang Theory” actress posted a few flirty photographs via Instagram along with her rumored new beau Karl Cook, a professional equestrian and heir to his billionaire father Scott Cook’s fortune.
Adding another highlight to her resume, Kaley Cuoco is featured on the front page of the April 2016 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.
In her interview, the newly-divorced 30-year-old actress was candid about her divorce from Ryan Sweeting- “[What happened] changes the way I look at marriage, and that makes me sad. It does not change the way that I look at love. I cannot wait to be in love again. I don’t feel like I am ready yet… which is so different for me. I dive into everything.”
She’s still in the process of finalizing her divorce from Ryan Sweeting, and thankfully Kaley Cuoco seems pretty optimistic these days.
During her interview on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” this week, the “Big Bang Theory” babe explained, "Yes, I’m getting divorced. You know, last year was very bizarre and we all go through really weird ups and downs. And sometimes I’m a little bit more seen. And everyone goes through that stuff.”
The rapper was an early triple winner, picking up Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for Alright and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for These Walls at the pre-awards prizegiving, and he then claimed Best Rap Album honours for To Pimp A Butterfly, while Brittany Howard's acclaimed group landed the Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song gongs for Don't Wanna Fight, and the Best Alternative Music Album award for Sound & Color.