Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting shows new tattoo in tennis match with hubby
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting is apparently counting on a marriage that will last a lifetime, committing to a tattoo commemorating the day she became Mrs. Ryan Sweeting.
The actress and the tennis player got engaged only three months after meeting, and were married about three months after that in a New Year’s Eve ceremony.
It’s that Dec. 31, 2013, date that’s commemorated in Roman numerals tattooed between her shoulder blades.
Cuoco-Sweeting, 28, gave the world a peek Saturday night in an exhibition tennis match that saw them wearing coordinating hot-pink-and-black tennis gear.
First they played as a doubles team, E! News reported, and then they took each other on in a singles match that ended with a kiss.
“Had a blast playing a little mixed with @ryansweething tonight. A man who agrees to wear pink, is a very very good man :),” the “Big Bang Theory” star captioned an Instagram photo.
The former junior tennis player had been excited before the event as well, tweeting, “It’s on. Tomorrow. Calabasas tennis and swim. 6pm. Me & @Ryansweeets. Mixed Exo. Been preparing my entire life 4 this.” She included a picture of the two of them goofing around with tennis rackets.
“Her key is she intimidates opponents,” Sweeting, 26, told 10sBalls.com.
The USTA Men’s Pro Championships of Calabasas was the first time he competed since undergoing back surgery last fall. He lost to Roberto Marcora, the No. 4 seed from Italy, 6-1, 6-2, in the opening round.
Incidentally, Sweeting had a bold “Kaley” tattooed on his forearm in January, along with the same “XII XXXI XIII,” his wife showed off over the weekend. The numbers, of course, are 12 31 13.
It’s on. Tomorrow. Calabasas tennis and swim. 6pm. Me & @Ryansweeets. Mixed Exo. Been preparing my entire life 4 this pic.twitter.com/qBLgAHfpd8— Kaley Cuoco Sweeting (@KaleyCuoco) March 22, 2014
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