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Kaley Cuoco weds

Kaley Cuoco weds

This Sept. 20, 2013 file photo shows actress Kaley Cuoco, right, and Ryan Sweeting at the 2013 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party in Los Angeles. The Big Bang Theory” star, Cuoco, is starting 2014 off as a Mrs. The 28-year-old actress wed 26-year-old tennis pro Ryan Sweeting in a New Year’s Eve ceremony in Calif, her rep confirms. Photo: Associated Press/Dan Steinberg

Actress Kaley Cuoco rang in the new year as a married woman after exchanging vows with tennis star Ryan Sweeting.

The Big Bang Theory star confirmed the happy news on New Year’s Day by posting a photo of herself in a pink gown, kissing Sweeting, on Instagram.com.

Yep 🙂 #thesweetings @ryansweething

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The 27 year old captioned the shot, “Yep 🙂 #thesweetings.”

The couple became engaged in September after just three months of dating, and she celebrated her impending nuptials by throwing a bridal shower in November.

Reports suggest the ceremony was held in southern California.

Greatest night of my entire life 🙂 @ryansweething

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Last night I married my sweetheart 🙂 life couldn't be sweeter

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