Report: Kaley Cuoco Set to Wed Karl Cook This Weekend


Report: Kaley Cuoco Set to Wed Karl Cook This Weekend

The couple, who has been engaged since November last year, will reportedly tie the knot this weekend in Southern California.

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Wedding bells are ringing for Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook. The couple reportedly is set to get married this weekend, six months after the equestrian proposed to the actress. They will say “I do” at a ceremony held in Southern California, sources tell Us Weekly.

The Big Bang Theory” star hinted at her upcoming wedding as she celebrated her bachelorette party last week. On June 23, she took to Instagram to share a glimpse of the party attended by her sister Briana Cuoco, her mother Layne Cuoco and “Fashion Police” co-host Brad Goreski.

“The most magical night ever,” she captioned a photo of pink balloons. She additionally gushed, “Thank you to my amazing friends and family for celebrating my future as Mrs. Cook! I have never felt more loved.”

She also posted a picture of “KC2” balloons for her and Karl’s initials, and a video featuring her and guests dancing together at the party.

Kaley and Karl began dating in late 2016. He proposed to the blonde beauty on her 32nd birthday, November 30, 2017. “Still crying every part of this night has been perfection just like you @mrtankcook,” she captioned a video of herself in tears following the proposal. “I love you forever!”

At the “Big Bang Theory” PaleyFest panel at the Paley Center for Media on March 21, she talked about her wedding planning. “Once this wraps, I’m gonna be a total, typical bride and start planning right away,” she shared. “I’m not [a bridezilla],” she added. “I actually would just like to meet [our guests] there on the date. I really don’t wanna do anything.”

This will be the second wedding for Kaley. She previously married former professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting in December 2013 after a whirlwind romance. They announced their split in September 2015 after 21 months of marriage. Their divorce was finalized in May 2016.



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