Kaley Cuoco has heard all the buzz about the status of her current relationship and she’s had enough.

The “Big Bang Theory” actress addressed rumors that she had secretly gotten married in an Instagram post on Thursday. In a photo showing her posing with a baby on the set of the popular CBS sitcom, the 30-year-old can be seen wearing a diamond ring on that finger. Knowing that the jewelry would draw questions about her marital status, Cuoco shut down speculation that she had once again walked down the aisle, telling followers to “calm down.”

Although Cuoco is not married, she and boyfriend Karl Cook are still going strong. The pair appeared together in a sweet photo on Instagram on Tuesday. In the picture the two share a kiss while Cook looks into the camera. Cuoco wrote that she was missing her beau suggesting that the pair were apart, but not revealing why. Cuoco and Cook have not been shy about showing their love for one another online. Weeks prior, he shared a snap of he and his girlfriend posing together.

Cuoco recently finalized her divorce to husband Ryan Sweeting. The pair were married for 21 months. After reaching an agreement with her ex, Cuoco sat down with Cosmopolitan magazine to discuss the demise of her relationship. She told the publication her outlook on marriage had changed, adding that she was still very much a believer in “love” and couldn’t wait to feel it again.

“What happened changes that way I look at marriage, and that makes me sad. It does not change the way I look at love. I cannot wait to be in love again. I don’t feel like I’m ready yet...which is so different for me,” she said. “I dive into everything.”

She may be taking things slow with Cook, but she was quick to leave Sweeting in her past. Cuoco covered her wedding date tattoo not long after she announced that she and her hubby had decided to go their separate ways. Cuoco revealed her new and improved ink — a moth — on Instagram. E! Online reported that the significance of the tattoo was unclear, but noted that it happened to be large enough to cover her pre-existing tattoo.