Kaley Cuoco & Karl Cook still don’t live together after 13 months of marriage

Kaley Cuoco married Karl Cook in July 2018. They’ve made it a whole year! I’ve always thought that they’re a weird couple, but even I’ll admit that they’re a weird couple that works. Like, she’s extra on social media and “in love with love,” and he loves to pose and do sh-t on social media too. She’s rich, and he comes from a wealthy family. They love horses together. Horse people are just different and I accept that and acknowledge that horse people flock together. But apparently “being horse people” isn’t the only thing that makes their marriage work. No, they ALSO don’t live together full time, as Kaley told E! News.

Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook don’t live together. The couple tied the knot just over a year ago, and the Big Bang Theory star has revealed that the pair currently live at ‘different locations’ and don’t spend every single day together.

Kaley told E! News: ‘We are building our dream house, we are going to be under the same roof forever. We have a very unconventional marriage, you know, we have different locations that we are at a lot. We are not together every single day.’

The 33-year-old actress says that their way of living works for them and joked it means the pair can ‘Instagram shame’ one another easily. She added: ‘I think personally it’s important and it works well for us. If you want to Instagram shame each other, Instagram shame each other. It just makes life really fun. He loves Instagram posts, he’s his biggest fan.’

[From The Daily Mail]

A few months ago, Gwyneth Paltrow smugly proclaimed that not living with one’s husband is the only reasonable and elite thing to do. And she was full of sh-t because she made it sound like it was a conscious choice for the health of their marriage, when really her living arrangement with Brad Falchuk was more about his joint custody of his kids and how they hate their goopy stepmother. This is the similar kind of thing with Kaley and Karl – it’s not that they’re making the choice to not live together for the sake of their marriage or to strengthen their bond or whatever. It’s just because they’re building a house and she owns property and he owns property and they haven’t joined all their sh-t together after one year of marriage. Kaley’s situation actually sounds super-stressful because there’s just so much sh-t to DO, right?

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  1. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Yeah that’s all semantics though. People got all up in arms about Gwyneth and her living arrangements and will probably give Kaley a pass on that same issue. And I say – you can’t have it both ways. Regardless of the circumstances around it living separately works for some people. Whether that is temporary because of housing or temporary because if a blended family. It’s no different.

    • Kristen says:

      I’m always confused when people think “you can’t have it both ways” when it comes to double standards like this one. I think it’s perfectly acceptable, and reasonable, for me to have a different opinion about Goop doing something with her context and history of being an elitist moron, vs. Kaley doing the same thing. I can have it both ways. Contextually the situations and characters involved are completely different, and that’s okay.

    • Moxylady says:

      I just want her to fix her eyebrows. Please. Please.

  2. Darla says:

    Don’t move in with him Kaley. Or… I guess these kind of super wealthy people it doesn’t matter. Their homes are huge, they are estates really, and even have separate houses on the same lot. It’s not like they’re sharing a bathroom and have no where to go to get some peace and quiet. Because I will tell you a secret that you young ladies don’t know; men yap. a lot. And they never stop. And when that day comes when you realize he ain’t as fascinating and “brilliant” as you thought? You are really gonna want a place to get away from that voice.

    • CharliePenn says:

      Dang Darla, who hurt you girl?
      Not all men yap a lot. Men have all different personalities. That’s a totally bizarre thing to claim.
      My husband is a man of few words, but sometimes he will talk for quite a while on a subject if it’s something he is working on or is passionate about. And I love when that happens.
      Please don’t group all males into one weird stereotype. It sounds like you just don’t like living with someone else and that’s totally fine, I get it. Don’t make excuses by making men out to be some homogenous, obnoxious yapping group.

      • theotherViv says:

        I kinda have to take Darla’s side here. My beloved can get on my nerves like nobody’s business and I wish my house was bigger because it wouldn’t hurt to hide for a little while sometimes. And yes, while he doesn’t listen to any “girl stuff” for longer than 3.5 minutes, he can go on and on about technical stuff and repeats the laws of thermo physics to me asking me to repeat stuff to prove “I got it”. My son used to do the same thing with soccer stuff until he turned into a sulking teen and then refused to talk more than absolutely necessary. I am sure he will start yapping again anytime soon, as soon as puberty is over.

      • CairinaCat says:

        lol my husband of 19 years doesn’t “Yap” neither did my first husband of 11 years.

        It sounds more like Darla has a bad picker

    • Jaded says:

      All men don’t yap. Mr. Jaded and I can spend hours together without saying a word, we don’t babble about the small stuff. We choose our words carefully and talk about meaningful things, not just “It’s your turn to take the garbage out, why do you make that weird throat-clearing noise all the time, your ex has been drunk-dialing again, what did you do with the TV remote, blah, blah, blahbity-blah…”

    • Ader says:

      LOL, @Darla! Other people may not agree, but I hear ya, woman! My husband and I have our own rooms. Plus, for two weeks a month, he lives in the city, while I stay in the country, and it’s awesome!

  3. Kate says:

    Cool. Sounds like a good deal for them. Unrelated, but does anyone remember the Gilmore Girls episode where Lorelai and Christopher get married in Paris and she tells her parents about it on their answering machine and Emily gives her hell and replays it like 3 times? “and uuuuuhhhhh Christopher and I got married. So um, see you later” Was giggling about that last night randomly

  4. SamC says:

    I’m not a fan of hers as an actress but for the most part think her IG is fun and they make a really good couple. From what I’ve read he’s very involved in running the equestrian program at the ranch his mother started which is a couple hours from LA, and he travels for shows and competes much more than she does. I think the home they are building is more in the middle, and looks beautiful from her IG glimpses, and will also have a huge barn to house her stable of horses.

  5. Lady Keller says:

    I dont know if it’s that big of deal. Plenty of couples don’t live together full time. There are plenty of trades people I know that work out of town for extended periods of time.
    Sales people and consultants travel extensively. Even in Hollywood one partner is frequently away shooting a project or doing promotion. Plenty of couples make it work.

    Maybe this is something us peasants are missing out on. Maybe this is the new face of modern marriage. Some day I might be considered quaint and old fashioned for living full time with my husband.

  6. lucy2 says:

    I don’t think it’s that big a deal either. Lots of people spend time apart for work.

    The difference between her and Gwenyth is that she’s just matter of fact about it and doesn’t try to spin it as anything other than they’re busy and building a house, where as Gwenyth acted like she invented it and used stupid New Age-y terms for it all.

  7. Ashley says:

    well, I absolutely love my BF, but if I could have a separate bedroom and bathroom, living with him would be perfect.

    • Still_Sarah says:

      I dated a guy last year and he snored loudly when he slept. Had we spent more time together, I would have been looking for industrial strength ear plugs or a spot in the spare bedroom post-sex. But I did have custody of the second bathroom too when I was over :)

  8. better than scrubs says:

    He competes A LOT so that probably keeps them apart, plus her acting schedule. I know they keep their barns separately because they train differently, so that adds to it also.

  9. Jaded says:

    I have to have surgery in October and I’ll be in hospital for 3 or 4 days. I don’t like the idea of being away from my partner, nor does he. He actually joked that he and the cat will sneak in and sleep on the floor by my bed. But seriously, we don’t like being away from each other. To each his own I guess…

  10. so says:

    Ugh, those spermatozoid eyebrows…