Kaley Cuoco married Karl Cook in a small ceremony in San Diego this weekend

Legally KCSQUARED 6-30-18 ❤️

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Some people have and follow strict rules about weddings, and second weddings and third weddings and all of that. I generally believe that if you’re getting married for a second time, you should just try to do everything differently – like, if you’re first wedding was huge, your second one should be low-key. And vice versa. But then again, I’m not a starry-eyed romantic in love with love. Kaley Cuoco is a romantic. She falls in love hard and fast and she wants to celebrate that love every time. Kaley had a big first wedding, back when she married Ryan Sweeting. The marriage didn’t last long and she was single soon enough. But she hates being single, so she quickly started up with Karl Cook. Shockingly, they didn’t get engaged two seconds into their relationship – he waited an appropriate amount of time to propose, and then when he did pop the question, he filmed her sobbing/hysterical reaction and posted it on social media (tacky!!).

So, Kaley and Karl got engaged in late November last year. Once again, an appropriate amount of time passed and they had their wedding this weekend in San Diego. According to E! News, it was a smallish ceremony and reception of their respective families and closest friends, although no one has a number on how many people were invited. I would guess, judging from the lack of buzz, leaks and social media photos, that it was pretty intimate, maybe less than 50 people. Karl comes from a wealthy family – his father, Scott Cook, is a billionaire. And Kaley and Karl spend a lot of time with Horse Culture people, so I don’t know – do you invite your horse-people friends to your wedding?

Kaley posted two wedding pics on Instagram. I’m assuming that the caped gown was her ceremony look and the jumpsuit was for the reception. She looks very happy, and congrats to her. I hope this one lasts longer than the Ryan Sweeting marriage. This relationship seems to be built on more solid ground, so it does feel different.

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  1. Alix says:

    Regardless of his wealthy family, I hope she’s got her assets protected with an ironclad prenup.

  2. Barry Iris says:

    Well I pray this marriage lasts.

  3. dota says:

    What exactly is her dysfunction?

    • Esmom says:

      Fear of abandonment? Co-dependence? I don’t know.

      I do know that jumpsuit screams “look at me.” Maybe she likes weddings because they put you in the spotlight like not many other events.

      Ah, well, wishing them a happy life!

  4. Neelyo says:

    That jumpsuit is so Frederick’s of Hollywood.

  5. Lululemon says:

    Good for them, I guess. They really do seem happy but I hope they’ve really considered everything because she does seem to be hopeless in love.

    Also – can she please do something about her tadpole eyebrows. She has so much money and her eyebrows are horrible and do nothing for her face!

  6. Slowsnow says:

    Sue me but I love that jumpsuit.
    And it’s awesome for a wedding as it eschews tradition while still going for white and lace. I love anything to confuse traditionalists.

  7. Gabriella says:

    That top picture looks like it was taken in a stable. Girl loves her horses!

  8. Nancy says:

    She certainly craves attention and weddings I guess. Another site suggested she just go try on wedding dresses once a month to get it out of her system. Not a fan, but will wish her well anyway.

    • lucy2 says:

      Eh, I don’t think she’s quite that bad. She rushed into the first and regretted it, but seems to have done things better this time around. Hopefully it’s the real deal and lasts.

      • Nancy says:

        They said it, I just repeated it. I don’t know much about the woman. Just remember when she did the daily pap strolls for coffee with Henry Cavill. That didn’t seem to work out well for her either. I think she’s just the type of person who needs attention, not necessarily for the right reasons.

  9. girl_ninja says:

    I hope that they are happy and enjoy their life. She seemed to take her time with THIS dating relationship before taking the plunge. Also, that jumpsuit is kinda dope, especially on her. Mazel.

  10. SamC says:

    What is the etiquette on wedding size/scope when it is the second marriage for half the couple but first for the other half? There were a bunch of pics on instagram, looked like a fun, happy night. Based solely on social media and her interviews, they seem like a good match. They have even had a baby of sorts; one of her horses was bred with one of his.

  11. AnnaKist says:

    I love this – she married Mr Cook, while her name, Cuoco, is Italian for…cook. Good luck to them!

  12. Other Renee says:

    She got married in Rancho Santa Fe, an Uber expensive part of San Diego county where everyone with a few exceptions lives on a sprawling estate and many have horse stables. Probably the most expensive and exclusive part of the county.

    Wish her well, they look happy.

  13. Snappyfish says:

    As a horse person, Yes you do invite your horse family. Horse people are different as the saying goes. I adore the fact they married at a stable. We had a barn/farm wedding ourselves and it was as it should be (considering the horses paid for everything in the first place)

    They seem happy and well suited. Good for her. I’ve always liked her. This time she handled the relationship right. 2 years together before the wedding. Still hope there are no tattoos. That always seems like the kiss of death

    • Wren says:

      You are exactly right. If you are a horse person, your horse people friends are often like family. Horse people are different. We are crazy, and some of us are crazier than others, but there is a definite distinction between horse people and non-horse people.

      If their riding and training philosophies are similar, I see no reason for this not to last. When you clash over horsemanship though, there’s no compromising on that. Sometimes I wish my husband was a horse person, but I’ve seen more than one relationship break up over horse keeping or training philosophical (and sometimes practical) differences. I’m just happy he’s supportive.

      • Snappyfish says:

        I’m glad your spouse is supportive. We have seen many splits due to one partner being “non horsey”. Welcome to my celebitchy horse family!!

      • Nicole Savannah, GA says:

        When I saw these , the first thought was I hope Celebitchy has the horse set ladies commenting!

      • Wren says:

        Sadly yes, I have seen that too. Non-horsey partner does not understand and the lack of support kills relationship. It nearly derailed our relationship at the very beginning but once he accepted that the horse and riding were more important than him and the only non-negotiable things in my life, he got over it. He thought a horse was like having a family dog, something that was fun and nice but if you couldn’t have one then oh well maybe sometime in the future you could have a dog again, and riding was a casual activity. Poor naive boy was disillusioned real fast.

    • minx says:

      I think the horse angle makes the whole wedding very sweet and personal.

    • Lady D says:

      Snappyfish, can I ask how your horses make you money, unless they are race horses? I have a couple of friends with horses, which they ride for pleasure. Other than that, the horses eat, sleep and spend time in and out of a stable. For my friends, these animals cost them money, (vet, feed, farrier) they don’t make them any.
      I knew a guy once that was paying 30 grand a month to feed, train and stable his 25 pacer ponies. They pull little carts with one rider around a track while trotting. His horses were winning enough races to make owning them profitable for him, but he’s the only one I know.

      • Snappyfish says:

        Lady D. We have racehorses and competition horses (along with my sweet riding warmblood Loki) I grew up on racing farm and there isn’t a real way to get away from it once it’s in your blood. We are pretty small time now, but in my grandfather’s day he won 2 Belmont stakes, a Sworddancer Stakes and the Arlington Million. Those wins bought the farm we live on. We breed more now. For racing & we have also been pretty fortunate with competition horses. (Dressage & 3 day eventing)

        We have bred quite a few horses that have done well but the credit for that goes to the trainers & owners & decisions that have been made for each individual horse. (But a lovely bloodline doesn’t hurt)

  14. KiddV says:

    Good for her. I hope it’s her happily ever after, or at the very least for an appropriate amount of time.

  15. Jamila says:

    I know she’s giving the peace sign but it makes me think she’s saying marriage # 2. Lol.

  16. TheOtherSam says:

    Girl loves her weddings. She looks deliriously happy here, her husband seems nice. She’s an ok actress and never harmed anyone, my older family members love her on BBT so I hope she finds lasting harmony in this relationship.

  17. sunnydaze says:

    She doesn’t bother me in the least – her worst crime seems to be being in love (perhaps with love, but I’m not her so whatever). I actually really enjoy her IG account and all the stories she posts about the animals she takes in. Fairly recently she discussed adopting a rabbit and went on to give an account of how much work was involved, the specialty care, etc. I thought it was a great way of promoting adoption while also mentioning any animal requires knowledge and care, big or small. She also updates periodically on a “mini horse” she adopted and had to completely rehabilitate – it’s fascinating and an important discussion on the harm breeding animals for “cuteness” can cause. Plus I find her closeness with Johnny Galecki absolutely adorable given they were once together in real life, and play spouses on TBBT.

  18. brooksie says:

    I feel awful for saying this, but his facial hair really creeps me out.

  19. Cerys says:

    I can’t see this one lasting much longer than her first marriage but I hope I am wrong.

  20. Anne says:

    He really is unfortunate looking. But I hope they are happy. Love her.

  21. Elaine says:

    What a coincidence . Cuoco in Italian means cook. Ha ha ha