Kaley Cuoco isn’t letting her divorce from husband Ryan Sweeting slow her down. In a statement released Friday it was revealed that the actress, who currently stars on CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory,” and Sweeting, 28, had “mutually decided” to go their separate ways. Despite the shocking divorce news, which comes after 21 months of marriage, Cuoco, 29, appears to be in good spirits.

According to People magazine she uploaded a photo collage Sunday after attending the Bryan Brothers Tennis Fest. During the event Cuoco spent time with close friends and their children, whom were featured in the Instagram collage several times. She shared with her followers that she “had an amazing time” adding, “#mybestfriendskidsrock.” Cuoco was all smiles in each photo.

It has been said that the end of Cuoco and Sweeting’s marriage was rocky. Sources told People the couple began arguing a lot and attempted to patch things up by meeting up for date nights. Despite their best efforts, the publication reported that the “tension was noticeable” and both Cuoco and Sweeting “seemed miserable.”

Since announcing their divorce, it appears Cuoco removed any and all photos of her tennis-pro hubby from social media. Us Weekly reported she took photos, including their wedding photos, off both Instagram and Facebook shortly after the statement was released. She also stopped following him on the photo-centric social media site. The publication claimed Sweeting responded by deactivating his Facebook page and deleting photos of his estranged wife on Instagram.

Throughout much of their marriage there was speculation that the couple had issues. Most recently Cuoco responded to reports that Sweeting had been unfaithful. At the time she claimed she had “never been more proud” of another person adding that he had defied the odds, bouncing back from several injuries and “constant ‘conversation’ about our marriage.” That photo can no longer be seen on any of her accounts. The pair tied the knot in December 2013, just six months after the start of their relationship. They were engaged for three months before their wedding.