Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook ended their divorce nearly nine months after announcing their split. According to documents obtained by Entertainment tonight, Cuoco became legally single on Monday … which is probably welcome news for her boyfriend, Tom Pelphrey. Cuoco and Ozark actor, 39, went public on social media last month.
Cook, a professional rider, and the 36-year-old Stewardess the star was married for four years. They announced their split in a joint statement, but declared “there is no anger or hostility.”
“Despite a deep love and respect for each other, we have realized that our current paths have led us in opposite directions,” they said. “We have both shared so much of our journey in public, so even though we prefer to keep this aspect of our personal lives private, we wanted to be prominent in our truth together.”
In an interview for Glamor the magazine admitted Cuoco that being a workaholic has affected her relationship. (Before Cook, she was married to tennis player Ryan Sweeting for 21 months.)
“I admit to being married for my career. It’s me,” she explained. “It’s always been my first love. I find it hard to overcome … things in my life, and sometimes people can not measure up to the feeling I have with my career. And I admit that it holds me back in a way. “
That The Big Bang Theory star added, “The last year has been the biggest growth I’ve had in my entire life in my 36 years on this planet. And it’s been life changing for me. My life will never be the same. And I feel it completely. And I see things differently now. Change is good. “
Cuoco never promised to remarry, but told the magazine she was open to love.
“I love love. I’m not someone who wants to be alone. I just need to figure out my priorities a little bit and make sure that now I know I need to water that relationship. It’s like a plant. Sometimes I get too focused on the garden instead of the specific plant to be watered. And I’m well aware of that. I want to change, I want to get better, “she said.
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