Kaley Cuoco needed a drink last night. The 34-year-old actress’ mood was written all over her face – Kaley may have expressed her anguish over the novel coronavirus multiple times on her Instagram of late, but last night’s stories seemed to need no words.
If you don’t live inside Kaley’s Instagram, she tends to appear in her morning “A Cup of Cuoco” series with her first coffee of the day. Tuesday evening showed the star inside the $12 million Hidden Hills mansion she’s just moved into with husband Karl Cook, but the evening tipple wasn’t a celebratory one. It was, however, another reminder of what a stunner this girl is.
Kaley’s stories showed her on the couch and looking into the camera in selfie mode – “Quarantined cocktails with Cuoco” appeared in text as the sitcom star fed the lens an expressionless gaze – COVID-19 is doom and gloom for the rich and famous, too.
Kaley was looking beautiful as ever, simply outfitted in a gray marl top with long sleeves, plus some cute accessories. She wore big square glasses with a nerdy feel, plus a blue ribbed beanie with green accents.
Kaley offered no speech in her text – some might say it wasn’t needed. The star briefly looked at her nearby dog, then returned to face the camera as she lifted her cocktail – the body language said “cheers,” but the eyes were basically saying screw this whole thing.
The camera did, however, take in the swish surrounds. The Hidden Hills estate that Kaley and Karl just moved into boasts a farmhouse design, plus a 1.5-acre lot – perfect for the horses that Kaley so adores.
Kaley made global headlines last weekend for finally moving in with her billionaire heir husband Karl Cook. The 2018-married couple was known for their “unconventional marriage” as they still hadn’t lived together – Kaley had spoken of this in December 2019 saying they both “like” their own couches.
The move-in went smoothly with Karl making “KarlFashioned” drinks and the couple sharing a sweet smooch in their new home. Kaley was also seen being carried over the threshold by the equestrian on her stories.
Kaley and Karl waited less than 24 hours after moving into their picket-fenced mansion to hit up a local grocery store – of course, with coronavirus panic buyers, many shelves were empty as the couple pushed around a cart.
Kaley suggested they stock up, in particular on almond milk, then finding herself exasperated as Karl proved lax – since the produce aisle was “totally full,” there was no need to buy any more than usual.
Kaley has also been pleading with fans to foster an animal during the COVID-19 pandemic – she acknowledged that humans matter, but animals, as she stated, “do not have a voice.”