Tom Pelphrey, Kaley Cuoco’s lover, has her heart. She adores him so much that she refers to him as “the love of my life.”
The “Flight Attendant” actress recounted how she and the “Ozark” actor met and “immediately bonded” after making their relationship on Instagram public earlier this month.
Cuoco, 36, said to USA Today, “We share the same manager (Andrea Pett-Joseph), and we were put up by (her), which is extremely Hollywood.” “Oh my God, I believe you two are wonderful for one other,” she says.
Pelphrey, 39, was introduced to her at the premiere of “Ozark” in April, and she was with her manager when he stepped in. “I turned around when I heard his voice, and it was as if my life had ended or had just begun.” It dawned on me. She remarked, “It was love at first sight.” “We hit it off right away.” I felt like I’d known him all my life, yet I wasn’t prepared for him.”
“We’re ready to start a family,” she continued.
The former star of “The Big Bang Theory” went on to say that she is ready to back her spouse in anything he accomplishes. Cuoco revealed that she had never taken a vacation since she enjoys working.
She’ll be in Berlin for three months in July to shoot the film “Role Play,” but she claims she’ll spend the rest of her time on her romance.
“After that, I want to return home and take the rest of the year off to support Tom and what he’s filming,” she said, adding, “and truly be there for someone else, not just myself.”
On May 23, the pair made their first public appearance together when they attended the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony for writer-producer Greg Berlanti. The two seemed to confirm their relationship by posting photographs of themselves getting intimate on a vacation to the mountains in early May on Instagram.
They lived their best farm life and documented it on Instagram a few weeks later. Previously, Cuoco was married to equestrian Karl Cook. After three years of marriage, they divorced in September. She was formerly married to Ryan Sweeting, a tennis player, from 2013 until 2016.
Cuoco and Pelphrey, who made their first public appearance together earlier this week, announced their romance with a series of lovely Instagram pictures earlier this month.
In September 2021, Cuoco and Cook confirmed their separation. “We have reached this choice jointly with an amazing amount of respect and regard for one another,” the former spouses said in a statement to ET at the time, adding that they “realized that our present paths have brought us in divergent ways.”
While Cuoco and Pelphrey’s romance is just getting started, The Flight Attendant’s second season is drawing to a close, with the show’s action-packed season 2 finale premiering on Thursday. While the two avoided giving any spoilers, they did discuss the show’s award buzz and what it would mean for it to be acknowledged, as well as for Cuoco to get another Emmy nomination.
Cuoco continued, “Listen, all that counts is that the show receives some attention.” “What this is all about is the spectacle. This season, we’ve had some incredible performances across the board, and I’m really pleased with the program as a whole.”
She went on to say, “That, I believe, was what made season 1 so thrilling. It was great to be nominated, but it was even better to have the whole production honored. That was a significant event.”
Cuoco spoke with Glamour about her love life and her ambitions for the future in an interview for the magazine’s April cover, just as Pelphrey started to appear on her Instagram page.
“I’d want to be in a long-term relationship or partnership,” she said. “However, I will never marry again. Certainly not. That’s something you could practically put on the front cover.”
After three years of marriage, the former Big Bang Theory actor filed for divorce from Karl Cook in September. Indeed, she said that Mamet was essential in her reintegration into single life.
Cuoco told Kelly Clarkson on her talk program last month, “She literally lived with me the last four months of filming [season 2], we just moved in together, and I don’t believe I would’ve gotten to work some days without her.”
She went on to say, “I had never expected to have to rely on anybody like that before, and I did. She was a huge assistance to me.”