Cuoco married equestrian Karl Cook last July, and Galecki attended the wedding and later shared a touching post marking the occasion.
Galecki sweetly called Cuoco his "fake wife.""Couldn’t be happier for my fake wife @normancookand @mrtankcook whose words brought us all to tears last night," Galecki captioned a sweet black-and-white pic of him and Cuoco clasping hands and sharing smiles on her big day.
"I just love the people that we’re with every day so, you know, all good things come to an end. The actress Instagrammed a shot of herself in full-blown tears, writing, "Post table read for @bigbangtheory_cbs finale episode."" data-reactid="106"Indeed, Cuoco already burst into tears during the last table read for the show last month.
It was a wonderful relationship but we never spoke a word about it and never went anywhere together.
We were so protective of ourselves and the show and didn't want anything to ruin that. "That's not the kind of relationship I want – I don't want to be hiding. It wasn't as fun as we wanted it to be," she explained.
are all good friend, as they're often seen sharing sweet snaps on social media of them goofing around on set.
But despite their tight-knit friendship with their co-stars including Jim Parsons, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg, Cuoco and Galecki still chose to lie to their friends about their blossoming romance. "Everyone was always asking, and we deny-deny-denied.
We knew how to keep it deep inside and never bring it on that set, ever," Cuoco explained. Having dealt with the pressures of Hollywood longer than most, the couple were desperate to keep their romance away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi and celebrity gossip magazines.