Kaley Cuoco honors daughter Matilda on first post-baby red carpet with Tom Pelphrey
Kaley Cuoco and Tom Pelphrey celebrate first anniversary with daughter Matilda
Kaley Cuoco debuts ‘Matilda’ necklace after welcoming baby girl
Kaley Cuoco gives birth, welcomes baby girl with Tom Pelphrey
Motherhood was not “a goal” of Kaley Cuoco’s — until the moment she met Tom Pelphrey.
“When we met, it was instantaneous,” the actress gushed to Emmy magazine in an interview published Friday.
”Tom came along, and something changed.”
The “Big Bang Theory” alum remembers realizing, “Oh, my God, I want to have a kid with you.”
The 37-year-old noted that Pelphrey, 40, also wanted to start a family with her “so badly.”
She explained, “We’re not 20, so we felt like we probably couldn’t wait too long. Then we got so blessed — it happened right away.”
The “Based on a True Story” star, who welcomed daughter Matilda in March, admitted that having a child wasn’t on her “radar” prior to their relationship.
“As a young girl I dreamed of it, but I became involved in my career,” Cuoco said. “[This is] not what I thought my life would be. I love my career and wanted to just keep living my life.”
She and the “Ozark” star began dating in April 2022, with Cuoco telling Extra five months later that it was “love at first sight.”
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The “Flight Attendant” star explained, “We have the same management team. My manager actually took me as her guest to the ‘Ozark’ premiere, and I met him there.
“It was like the angels started singing,” she continued. “I was like, ‘Hallelujah.’ It was very magical. … It was perfect.”
Cuoco was previously married to tennis pro Ryan Sweeting from 2013 to 2016, as well as equestrian Karl Cook from 2018 to 2022.
While wed to the latter, Cuoco told Entertainment Tonight that she “wasn’t quite” ready to become a mom.
“I’m a worker bee right now — kind of my career is my focus and my husband,” she noted. “But we love kids and we love animals, so we’re meant to have children.”
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