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Kaley keeps on assuring her fans that she and her husband aren't heading for divorce by praising his husband and saying, 'I'm proud to be his wife,' on Instagram.
Kaley shared four PDA photos of her and her husband on her Instagram on Thursday, April 2, showing that the divorce reports were completely not true.
Cuoco and Krasinski have both been added to the long list of voice cast for the upcoming animated film, which is set for 2016 release.
Before presenting the Favorite Comedic Movie Actress Award at the event, the 'Big Bang Theory' star joked about the recent controversy regarding her feminism comments.
The 'Big Bang Theory' star apologizes if her statements in Redbook magazine, in which she said she's not a feminist, offended some people.
The 'Big Bang Theory' actress weighs in on feminism as she says, 'I was never that feminist girl demanding equality.'
In a couple of new Instagram posts, the 'Big Bang Theory' actress scoffs at the rumor that she went under the knife to get a nose job.
The 'Big Bang Theory' actress wakes up from a surgery with her husband by her side and gushes, 'He's taking amazing care of me.'
The 'Big Bang Theory' star and Ryan Sweeting swap gender playing on-off couple Bieber and Gomez over the weekend.
The 'Big Bang Theory' star is supported by her husband Ryan Sweeting, as well as her co-stars on the series including Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch, Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons and Kunal Nayyar.
The 'Big Bang Theory' star opened up to Jimmy Kimmel on how she found out about being one of the victims of the massive nude photo leak over Labor Day weekend.
While other celebrities responded to the leak by posting angry tweets, the 'Big Bang Theory' star chose to poke fun at the situation by sharing a censored photo of herself and her husband.
The 'Big Bang Theory' star, who chopped off her hair into a pixie cut in June, feels that her hair is similar to Justin's hair in his 'Baby' era.
Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco have reportedly agreed to new three-year contracts that will give them $1 million per episode.
Warner Bros. TV has postponed the season 8 production of the CBS comedy as five original stars Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar are still without contracts.