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Kaley Cuoco splits from husband

Published 26/09/2015

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Ryan Sweeting
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Ryan Sweeting

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has confirmed she is no longer with her husband Ryan Sweeting.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Actress Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has split from her tennis ace husband Ryan Sweeting.

The Big Bang Theory star married Ryan on December 31 2013 following a whirlwind romance. Her representative has now confirmed they have decided to end the union.

“Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting have mutually decided to end their marriage,” the spokesperson told People.com. “They ask for privacy at this time. No further statement will be issued regarding this matter.”

Kaley has already deleted all pictures of Ryan from her Instagram account, and he has also removed all traces of her from his social media.

She showed no signs of marital stress when she appeared on US chat show Watch What Happens Live last week (ends18Sep15) and even opened up about her 28-year-old husband's relationship with ex-boyfriend Johnny Galecki, who plays her love interest on The Big Bang Theory.

"We dated, like, five years ago so I think we've both moved on,” she said. “Johnny is actually one of my best friends. It's a situation that ended well... Ryan loves him, Johnny loves (Ryan), it's been a long time, so it's great. I got lucky."

The couple battled marriage trouble rumours in the spring (15) and Kaley, 29, took to social media to deny reports she and her husband were experiencing problems.

"I have never been more proud of anyone on this planet – this guy is fighting back from a whirlwind of injuries and not to mention constant 'conversation' regarding our marriage and basically any daily decision we decide to make," she wrote on her Instagram page in April.

They got engaged after just three months of dating.

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