Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook are parting ways.
In a joint statement to People magazine, the pair said, “Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions.”
They continued, “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.”
Kaley and Karl began dating back in 2016. The two just celebrated their anniversary in June, with Kaley posting on Instagram, “Why have you stayed married to me for so long?! I’m sincerely impressed @mrtankcook lol I love you oh so much you have no idea…happy anniversary.”
The two then got hitched in 2018 in San Diego but just moved in together during quarantine of last year. Kaley said, “We have a very unconventional marriage, you know, we have different locations that we’re at a lot,” at the time.
Cuoco recently spoke out against the disgraced coach who punched a horse, and even offered to purchase the animal herself to provide the horse with a better life.
The disturbing incident was caught on camera during the equestrian competition at the Tokyo Olympics in August. During the modern pentathlon event, a coach was seen hitting the horse Saint Boy with her fist.
In a since-expired Instagram story, she shared her thoughts. Cuoco commented on the incident, calling it a “disgrace” in her post.
“This is not Olympic show jumping. This is a disgusting, classless, abusive representation of our sport in so many ways. This team should be ashamed of themselves.”
Cuoco captioned photos of the rider, Annika Schleu of Germany, who was crying as she fought to get the horse to jump. Cuoco fired shots at the coach, who was eventually disqualified after the abuse was caught on camera.
She scored zero points when Saint Boy refused to jump. She was then captured cantering around the course crying. She would go on to finish in 31st place in a field of 36.
Pentathletes do not bring their own horses to the jumping section but are randomly assigned one of 18 horses.
Schleu was having “an absolute real-life nightmare,” according to the commentator.
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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