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Kaley Cuoco thanks family for helping her through 'crazy' 2015

Published 22/12/2015

Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco

Kaley Cuoco has shared a touching message for her supportive family on Instagram.

Kaley Cuoco has thanked her family for aiding her through a year of “crazy drama”.

2015 hasn’t always been easy of The Big Bang Theory star, who split from husband Ryan Sweeting after less than two years of marriage in September (15). Sharing an old black-and-white snap of her nearest and dearest, Kaley took to Instagram to thank them for their support.

“Every year my family has an incredible get together that involves everyone from gran parents (sic), grandkids, second and third cousins, babies, tons of food and Christmas carols..” she posted.

“There have been many precious lives lost over the years but even so, we still make this happen. Thank you @eugeniamarrone for keeping the tradition alive! Someone showed me this photo last night. My Grams is right there in the middle.. Through all the craziness, drama, gossip, tears, and life that has happened this last year, seeing these people who know me quite well, made me oh so very happy.”

Since Kaley, 30, split from Ryan, there have been constant rumours about her love life. She’s frequently had to deny a relationship with her Big Bang Theory co-star Johnny Galecki, while new reports have linked her to Arrow’s Paul Blackthorne.

Kaley has kept relatively quiet about ongoing divorce proceedings from Ryan, but she did take time to reflect on social media over her 30th birthday in November (15).

"Today was the best birthday I have ever had ... Thank you for all the love and best wishes .. My heart is overwhelmed with joy and complete contentment... there have been a few bumps along the way, but thank you God, nothing I can't handle.." she captioned a picture of herself gazing out at some landscape while on a hill on Instagram.

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