Kaley Cuoco Covers Up Wedding Date Back Tattoo After Splitting From Ryan Sweeting- What Did She Get?

By on November 24, 2015

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Kaley Cuoco is wasting no time getting rid of all memories of estranged husband Ryan Sweeting. Most photos of the couple have been deleted from their social media accounts and she has dropped the Sweeting from her last name. Now, she is taking one more step to freedom by covering up the back tattoo that she got after her nuptials. She inked her wedding date, December 31st, 2013 in Roman Numerals and now she has decided to trade it in for something else and from the photo she posted, it looks awfully painful. Just a short while ago, after the couple’s September split, Sweeting was demanding spousal support from Kaley, who stars on the hit CBS show “The Big Bang Theory,” along with ex-boyfriend Johnny Galecki. Under the photo of the actress getting her new ink, she captioned it: “Thank you @nero_sct @studiocitytattoo for helping me right my wrongs.. note to self- do not mark your body with any future wedding dates #under30mistakes #donttakeyourselftooseriouslykids.”¬†At least she can laugh at herself for what she did when she was young and in love.

So, what did Cuoco decide to cover up the date with? A large butterfly-looking insect but she has made no bones about it; the tattoo really means nothing: “The deep, meaningful, larger than life meaning behind this beautiful piece of ink, is….. It covered the last one.” At least it looks cute though I wonder what her other options were when it came to a cover up. Though she has denied that she and Galecki are back together, she and her co-star have been spotted around town together and even took to Instagram to dispute any rumors that they had reconnected. This was reminiscent of when her marriage was in question and Kaley and Ryan posed for a series of photos, mocking the notion of their marriage ending. It did soon after. Galecki and Cuoco’s characters, Leonard and Penny married on the season premiere of “The Big Bang Theory.” Could art (literally) imitate life? Let us know what you think in the comments or on Twitter @haveuheard1.

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