Gwyneth Paltrow will finally move in with her husband Brad Falchuk next month after one year of living apart on purpose, and I’m sure she was already doing wrist pilates to make sure she was limber enough to pat herself on the back for such a groundbreaking feat. But as it turns out, she’s nowhere near the cohabiting no-habiting trailblazer she thought she was, because she’s been beat by Kaley Cuoco and her husband of more than a year, Karl Cook.
When Karl popped the question in 2017, he staged an elaborate proposal in what appeared to be their home. Even People magazine, who first reported the engagement, claimed it happened in their home. As it turns out, everyone was wrong. It was her home only. Kaley recently explained to E! News that almost fourteen months from the day she said “I do,” she and Karl still don’t live together.
“We’re building our dream house and we’re eventually going to be under the same roof forever. We have a very unconventional marriage, you know. We have different locations that we’re at a lot. We’re not together every single day. And I think, personally, it’s important. It works well for us.”
The last time Karl made an appearance on Kaley’s Instagram account was last week, when she wrote: “Mine on Sundays.” Now we know there’s a chance that caption had two meanings. Maybe she meant she was spending some quality one-on-one time with her husband, or maybe she meant that on Sundays they hook up at her place.
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I know Kaley said that they’re building their dream house, which is why they don’t live together. But I personally think it’s because she’s superstitious. She moved her first husband into her house the day after their first date. Six months later they got married, and 21 months after that, they were divorced. So maybe Kaley is scared that she might be cursed, and she’s trying to wait until she and Karl have officially passed the 21 month mark before merging all their stuff. But I say she shouldn’t worry. If there was any jinx at work, it was that wedding date tattoo.