News

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 Theoryโ€ 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 Yearโ€™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 ๐Ÿ™‚ #thesweetings @ryansweething

A photo posted by @normancook on

The 27 year old captioned the shot, “Yep ๐Ÿ™‚ #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 ๐Ÿ™‚ @ryansweething

A photo posted by @normancook on

Last night I married my sweetheart ๐Ÿ™‚ life couldn't be sweeter

A photo posted by @normancook on

Recent Headlines

9 hours ago in Local

Rauner Repeats: Budget Can Still Be Passed

3-30-16 Rauner

Rauner: Keep up the good work and come to a compromise, lawmakers.

10 hours ago in Local

Industry Reacts to Rauner News Conference

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signs an executive order on criminal justice reform at the Sangamon County Courthouse Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, in Springfield, Ill. Rauner's executive order will create the Illinois State Commission on Criminal Justice and Sentencing Reform.

Workers Comp? Didn't we already do that?

15 hours ago in Local

Lawmaker: Stop Telling People “Illinois Sucks”

Generic WTAX

Lawmaker says too many people say "Illinois sucks."

15 hours ago in Local

No Appeal — Again — for Blago Corruption Convictions

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, with his wife Patti at his side, speaks to the media Wednesday, March 14, 2012 in Chicago. The 55-year-old Democrat is due to report to a prison in Colorado on Thursday to begin serving a 14-year sentence, making him the second Illinois governor in a row to go to prison for corruption. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

The Supreme Court won't reconsider its decision to reject former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's appeal of his corruption convictions.

15 hours ago in Local

SOS: No Extra Cost for Drivers License Changes

New Drivers License

The Illinois Secretary of State's office says a plan to issue driver's licenses and state identification cards in Illinois that are more secure won't require additional state funding.