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Million dollar girl Kaley Cuoco describes 'amazing' married life

Published 06/08/2014 | 11:58

Picture: Women's Health
Picture: Women's Health
Picture: Women's Health
Picture: Women's Health
Kaley wed tennis star Ryan Sweeting on New Year's Eve
Actress Kaley Cuoco (R) and Tennis player Ryan Sweeting attend the 4th Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards
She posted this adorable photo of her new adopted puppy Ruby

It looks like 2014 is the year of Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.

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The Big Bang Theory star, who just scored a reported $1m per episode of the hit US show, is happier than ever with her husband of seven months Ryan Sweeting.

"The best part [of marriage] is that you always have your buddy with you," she told Women's Health magazine as the September issue cover girl.

"He is always there; my friend is always with me. I have someone to eat with, to talk to, to have a drink with, to cry with to be anything I need to be, he will always going to be there and the same for him."

The couple married on New Year's Eve after just six months of dating and old romantic Kaley also took on her hubby's last name.

"I am lucky because it happens to be a great last name," she told the magazine. "I love being married, we are so happy. It was the greatest day of my life, it happened fast but it was perfect for us and we could not be happier.

Kaley wed tennis star Ryan Sweetling on New Year's Eve
Kaley wed tennis star Ryan Sweetling on New Year's Eve

"I say the word husband all the time when it is unnecessary...I love it I feel totally at home we are so happy."

The 28-year-old actress also said she's more than happy to play the girl-next-door role as long as she can in order to have a job for life.

Actress Kaley Cuoco (R) and Tennis player Ryan Sweeting attend the 4th Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards
Actress Kaley Cuoco (R) and Tennis player Ryan Sweeting attend the 4th Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards

Clearly, Kaley is grateful for her success, as evidenced by her willingness to branch out of both TV and comedy, although she admits that her first love is sitcoms.

"I was telling someone last night, people always say, ‘Oh my god, you're going to be typecast' and if I really was typecast as Penny or the girl next store it would be the greatest thing in the world, then I have a job forever playing that," she added.

"That is kind of how I look at it, if this is what I do forever fine, but I'll try and do as many things as possible and experience the whole world of acting, as silly as that sounds, but I love all aspects of it but comedy is definitely number one."

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