The day has finally come for Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook to move in together … after two years of being married! The former “Big Bang Theory” star and her horse riding hubby were able to officially make their new house a home after purchasing a spacious $12 million mansion in Hidden Hills, CA.
Previously, they were trying to spend as much time together as possible, but with Cuoco’s busy schedule, the married couple still kept separate residences while finalizing the details and redesign on the new pad.
As one of his first official husband duties in the new home, Karl wanted to carry his beautiful bride across the threshold.
“I have to carry her across the threshold,” Karl announced to his wife’s millions of fans on her Instagram Stories. With a grunt from both the actress and her husband, Karl hoisted Kaley into the air and triumphantly walked her into the trendy, farmhouse-style mansion.
The couple has been sharing some of the finer details of the home’s redesign with fans, including the amazing kitchen.
Speaking of the kitchen, Cuoco shared a video of her hubby checking out the brand new blue and gold stove, which was custom built to fit into the design of the home. The “Big Bang Theory” star gushed about the stove when it was first installed, and Karl is clearly obsessed with the appliance himself.
“Are you figuring out the new stove?” Cuco asked Karl as he inspected everything. She added, “It’s fancy!”
When asked what Karl is planning on cooking for the first dinner in the new home, he explained his plan is something very exotic.
Before getting busy in the kitchen, Kaley and Karl need to stock up on some supplies, which is easier said than done during the Coronavirus pandemic. As most of the shelves in supermarkets have been picked dry, the couple set out on finding supplies for themselves.
Cuoco was definitely showing some hesitation about being in public, however Karl was not showing any signs of being worried.
“I just don’t think you’re concerned enough!” Cuoco proclaimed while rolling her eyes.
“I’m not,” her husband answered before adding he was “0% worried.”