Actress Kaley Cuoco is quite done with talking about not living with her husband, Karl Cook. They've been married for more than a year.
Cuoco appeared on "The View," and said she's living in New York City now for a new project.
“I made headlines saying that we don’t live together yet. And people went crazy. They couldn’t believe it."
Unconventional, But So What?
Cuoco said they live in separate homes since their work lives are so varied. Competing on horses and acting on a TV or film studio aren't usually compatible, it would seem.
But she also reiterated that they are building a home together that will help accommodate both their needs, and adds that this arrangement is working for them, so let's leave it at that.
“We just haven’t been under the same roof. But by the way, it’s been working great and we love it. We love it, so I don’t know why people have such an issue.”
Her sentiment echoes what she said just last month, when the two celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary.
“We have different locations that we’re at a lot. We’re not together every single day," is what she told E! News.
Cuoco Probably Knows What She's Doing
To her, it all comes down to balance.
“Life is about balance. It’s great — we are building our dream house, so we’re gonna be in our home together very soon. But as of now, it’s worked out fine for us. I have no problem with it."
Two Peas In a Pod
We already know that they love all animals. They seem to have a lot of dogs, and own a horse, a beloved rabbit, and way more, too. And when they got married, the wedding carried a barn theme, with their varied dogs and other pets in attendance.
If Only There Was a Field There For Horses
Cuoco says her new space is right up her alley, and Cook would probably agree.
"I'm shooting here. I love it," she says of her new space in Brooklyn. "I just love the area. My apartment building is right in between a dog park and a rabbit rescue. So it's like built for me," she told the ladies at "The View."
"I'm the girl that goes and sits in the park, and watches the dogs run around like a creeper so I can get kind of like my fill. And then I go into the pet store and I see the rabbits."
Cook, a professional equestrian, would probably be very pleased that Cuoco found such an ideal spot to live while she's working on whatever project this is.