Kaley Cuoco covers up wedding-date tattoo with a massive insect

Kaley Cuoco covers up wedding-date tattoo with a massive insect
Kaley Cuoco attends the "Fallout 4" video game launch event in Los Angeles on Nov. 5. (Mike Windle / Getty Images)

Kaley Cuoco's indelible marriage marker has just been covered up.

"The Big Bang Theory" star transformed the massive Roman numeral tattoo on her back, which memorialized her wedding date, into something even bigger: a moth. Or a butterfly. We'll let you decide.

"Thank you @nero_sct @studiocitytattoo for helping me right my wrongs.." the actress shared on Tuesday on Instagram, posting a photo of herself in the parlor chair. "note to self- do not mark your body with any future wedding dates ... #under30mistakes #donttakeyourselftooseriouslykids"

The 29-year-old, who announced her split from tennis player Ryan Sweeting in September after 21 months of marriage, kept things lighthearted and shared a snapshot of the finished product in another post.

"the deep, meaningful, larger than life meaning behind this beautiful piece of ink, is..... It covered the last one," Cuoco captioned the pic.

TMZ reported that the star, one of TV's highest-paid actresses, spent about an hour at the tattoo parlor on Tuesday and about $150 to cover up the wedding date.

No word on whether Sweeting has amended the same "XII XXXI XIII" tattoo or the bold "Kaley" ink he had on his left forearm.

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After a whirlwind three-month romance, the couple wed in a lavish celebration on New Year's Eve in 2013. In a joint statement in September, she and Sweeting announced that they had "mutually decided to end their marriage." Days later, the CBS star filed for divorce from the 28-year-old athlete, citing irreconcilable differences.

The couple reportedly signed a prenuptial agreement about a month before tying the knot, but in October, Sweeting filed a request for spousal support.

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