It was just this past September when Kaley Cuoco, 36, and equestrian Karl Cook, 31, announced they were going their separate ways after three years of marriage, so when it comes to meeting someone new, the actress isn't ready to get back in the saddle yet!
In fact, costar Zosia Moment is acting as her temporary roomie!
"Zosia has been living with me recently, actually. She came out for press, so she stayed with me when we were shooting. Her husband let her go with me for a few weeks," the Big Bang Theory alum shared. "So she's been here taking care of me ... I'm really, really enjoying my friends right now — special time."
The animal lover hasn't had a ton of luck in her love life. In 2011, she and addiction specialist Josh Resnik got engaged, but they split less than a year later.
Cuoco then accepted a proposal from tennis player Ryan Sweeting in 2013 after just three three months of dating, and they tied the knot that December. Two years later, they divorced, with the split being finalized in 2016. The star had to give the athlete over $100,000 in spousal support, but she got to keep her fortune thanks to their prenup
The Emmy nominee admitted she rushed down the aisle, but added that Sweeting "completely changed" once they became husband and wife. "The person I ended up with was not the person I originally met," she stated. "And that wasn't my fault — that was his."
After the breakup, "I honestly thought I wouldn't get married again. My ex ruined that word for me," she noted, but she saw things differently when she met Cook. "I knew how much I had to give and how much I wanted to receive. I knew I just had to be patient," said Cuoco. "I had to go through a lot of things, but it brought me to Karl."
In the end, he wasn't her perfect match either, and they claimed there was no ill towards one another.
"Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions," they wrote in a joint statement. "We have both shared so much of our journey publicly so while we would prefer to keep this aspect of our personal life private, we wanted to be forthcoming in our truth together. There is no anger or animosity, quite the contrary.”