The Big Bang Theory actress Kaley Cuoco and her tennis player husband Ryan Sweeting feel like they are on holiday living at their new abode, previously owned by Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom.
The 28-year-old star and her spouse showed off pictures on Instagram of them enjoying the California weather at their new base in Tarzana. The 8,400-square-foot Mediterranean-style home is in the gated Mulholland Park neighbourhood, surrounded by palm trees the home’s exterior made Ryan feel as though he’d left the country.
Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting shared snaps of their new house
“Home sweet home. Feel like I’m at a friggin resort,” he captioned a snap of their large back yard pool with patio furniture surrounding. Kaley had shared a photo of their dogs running around outdoors in the sunshine earlier that day, indicating that the whole clan were getting used to their new home.
“Feelin it out!” she wrote alongside a snap of the canines about to leap into the water, sheltered by tall green hedges. Their place was burgled on March 3 while they were waiting to move their belongings in, unfortunately the previous owners ended up losing possessions to the approximate value of $200,000.
Ryan said he felt like he was on holiday
Khloe filed for divorce from basketball player Lamar last December after reports of his alleged drugs abuse and infidelity emerged in the media earlier that year. Kaley got hitched on New Year’s Eve following a whirlwind romance of only six months and the duo got engaged just three months before that. Prior to seeing Ryan she dated Man of Steel star Henry Cavill for a short period of time and her TV co-star Johnny Galecki for two years.
“From day one I just knew immediately and it’s been magic,” she said about spending the rest of her life with him. “We have all the same family friends. We grew up with the same people, we just never met. So I kind of feel that I’ve known him my whole life. I know that it seems a little crazy on paper, but it’s what works for us.”
They bough the pad from Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom