Kaley Cuoco Calls Plastic Surgery the ‘Best Thing I Ever Did’

Kaley Cuoco has nothing to hide when it comes to her past cosmetic surgery or the future of her love life.

“The Big Bang Theory” star recently sat down with Women’s Health magazine for their December 2016 issue, where she got very sincere about having plastic surgery throughout her career.

“Years ago, I had my nose done,” Cuoco shared openly. “And my breasts – the best thing I ever did. Recently I had a filler in a line in my neck that I have since I was 12 years old. As much as you want to love your home … I’m sorry, You want to look good too. ”

“I do not think you should do it for a man or anyone else,” she added. “But if it gives you confidence, it’s incredible.”

However, there is no cosmetic surgery necessary when it comes to Cuoco super physical shape. Her toned abdominals are the result of hard work, which she said also doubled as an outlet for her emotional distress following her separation from ex-husband Ryan Sweeting last year.

“I cried many times in yoga,” she admitted. “The best part is, I sweat so badly that no one can say it.”

When she was not choked during CorePower Yoga, Cuoco spent her time on cathartic, therapeutic horseback horses on her ranch in Simi Valley, California.

“For a month I would talk to my horse and I would complain,” she remembers. “Finally, I went out and the crying did not come. I was like, I think I’ve actually gone through this.”

It was her love of horses and riding that led her on a seemingly-destined path to her current boyfriend, professional equestrian Karl Cook.

“Literally, we bumped arms at a horse show,” she shared. “We each said, ‘Oh, I’m sorry’ — and everything changed. I looked at him, and he looked at me.”

Despite having questioned whether or not she would ever be able to love again after her divorce, Cuoco says her relationship has once again established her faith in “the sanctity of marriage,” and she would “absolutely” consider tying the knot sometime in the near future. Furthermore, she’s even thinking about the possibility of starting a family, explaining, “I’m meant to be a mom.”

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