Celebrity Weddings

Newlywed Kaley Cuoco ends up 'honeymooning in hospital' - but assures fans she's 'on the road to recovery'

Actor underwent surgery five days after tying the knot with Karl Cook

Well this surely isn't the 'dream honeymoon' in any man's language.

While after Karl Cook and Kaley Cuoco's incredibly lavish wedding less than a week ago, one would have expected them to be off in Cancun delivering yet more #Instagramgoals to the masses, the couple have revealed that after their wedding high they have been truly brought back down to earth with a thump, as they have found themselves spending their honeymoon in hospital.

'Big Bang Theory' Kaley has however assured fans that she is "on the road to recovery" after having to undergo the procedure just five days after she tied the knot with Karl Cook.

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She wrote on Instagram: "When your ‘honeymoon’ is shoulder surgery and your husband looks just as happy lol on the road to recovery - thank you for all the love and support!  knowing @mrtankcook I’m sure he will be posting tons of hilarious gems ... thank god my hair color is on point (@clarissanya) (sic)"

And as Kaley expected, her husband shared his own pictures of their "honeymoon", while also accusing his new wife of " snoring like a distressed walrus."

He captioned them: "Everyone has their own version of a newlywed glow....well @normancook yours is memorable.I love you so much but wow! #shouldersurgeryhoneymoon (sic)"

Kaley and Karl tied the knot in a "unique" wedding based around the couple's animals.

Wedding planner Lauren Tatum said: "The whole [wedding] was unique and unusual, including their horseshoe altar. That was Karl’s ranch. The horseshoe altar was 10 feet tall by 8 feet wide. They love their animals. The two things that were most important to Kaley were that everyone could feel the love between her and Karl, and their love for their animals.

"That is what they cared about - the animals and each other - and that is what they wanted relayed to the guests; that those are what is most important in both of their lives forever and always."