Love Story of The
Big Bang Theory’s
Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki.
The Big Bang Theory was launched in 2007 as a show.
Around four "geeks" and their hot, however a ditzy female neighbor.
It had turned into a savvy, socially significant blockbuster and one of the best sitcoms ever.
Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki, talked genuinely.
Now and again mournfully — and irrelevant detail interesting, they told about their romantic tale offscreen and on.
Cuoco and Galecki's characters, Penny and Leonard, at last got hitched and had something like one kid that we know.
The entertainers dated only for two years, from 2008 to 2010.
A large part of the legitimacy of their relationship onscreen was driven by adoration and regard.
When the offscreen relationship finished, their expert responsibilities and, surprisingly, their television discourse assisted them with mending.
Three or more years after Big Bang wrapped they both are as close as could be expected.
When Big Bang launched, the two didn’t know each other. But when they met, there was an immediate connection.
Kaley Cuoco said I had a very big crush on Johnny early on. I was so not even hiding it. He has such a swagger.
We were both dating people at the time, but I only had eyes for Johnny.
Johnny and I’s relationship, in a way, was mimicking Penny and Leonard.
Cuoco and Galecki went to great lengths to keep their newfound romance a secret.
But after nearly two years of dating—in which they even considered getting married at one point—Cuoco and Galecki decided they were better off as friends.
“I think one of the things that created a chasm between us was my strict policies of privacy, and Kaley being very, very open about her life.”