'Big Bang Theory' Actress Kaley Cuoco Is Engaged!

02 December, 2017, 00:15 | Author: Laverne Higgins
  • 'Big Bang Theory' Actress Kaley Cuoco Is Engaged!

On Thursday, Cook, 26, popped the question on the actress's 32nd birthday. In the footage, Kaley can be seen struggling to breathe as she sobs in delight, with Karl heard in the background saying: "Honey, what's on your finger?"

Kaley Cuoco is engaged to her boyfriend of two years, Karl Cook. At that point, Kaley gushes "Yes! I say yes! I say yes!"

Cook's post was captioned: "Well after almost two years I finally got up the courage to ask her to marry me".

And, in yet another post, Cook shared a video of him dancing with Cuoco to the song "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran.

Karl showed fans a closeup view of the "greatest ring [he] could hope for", and TBH, we think he definitely hit the nail on the head.

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But that wasn't the only slightly off-kilter thing that happened on Cuoco's birthday: Early on, Cook was actually making jokes about the whole engagement thing when the two visited Target.

The star was previously married to professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting, but the union ended in a bitter split after 21 months. If that weren't enough, Kaley was so devastated over their divorce that she had even shown off dating.

"I think even when I went through my big break-up. I say yes! I say yes!" Not a day didn't go by that Kaley didn't post a photo of the couple on social media or talk about how much she loved her husband in the press. "You still haven't said yes yet", he said.

She captioned it: "Still crying every part of this night has been perfection just like you @mrtankcook I love you forever!"



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