The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco reveals why doesn’t live with her husband

Kaley Cuoco has revealed that she doesn’t live with her husband.

The Big Bang Theory Star has made the startling revelation to fans that she doesn’t in fact live with her husband.

The sitcom actress married equestrian husband Karl Cook back in July of last year.

Taking to Instagram to share the happy news with her 5.5 million followers, the TV star uploaded a series of sweet pictures showing the loved-up pair celebrating their special day.

The gorgeous bride revealed her intricate laced dress with a flowing cape-come-veil on the back of it. She also posted snaps of her dressed up in a white skin-tight lace jumpsuit for the couple’s post-wedding reception party.

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However, more than a year after they tied the knot, the newlywed pair are still not living together.

Speaking to American entertainment channel E!, the 33-year-old revealed that the pair do not even see each other on a daily basis, adding that they have an ‘unconventional marriage’.

‘We are building our dream house,’ she said, explaining why the married pair to do yet live together, ‘we are eventually going to be under the same roof forever.

‘We have a very unconventional marriage, you know, we have different locations that we are at a lot.

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‘We are not together every single day,’ she added, ‘and I think personally, it’s important. It works well for us.’

The celeb couple seem to be taking inspiration from A-list actress and wellness advocate Gwyneth Paltrow.

The 46-year-old and mum-of-two, who used to be married to Coldplay frontman, tied the knot with current husband Brad Falchuk last autumn.

However, after walking down the aisle back in October, the Oscar-winning actress revealed that the pair were not yet going to move in together, telling WSJ magazine that she wanted to prioritise Brad’s two children.

‘I’ve never been a stepmother before. I don’t know how to do it,’ she said.

‘We are still doing it in our own way. With teenage kids, you’ve got to tread lightly. It’s pretty intense, the teenage thing.’