Kaley Cuoco and boyfriend Karl Cook have a fairytale romance.

The actress recently shared a photo of herself kissing her boyfriend on Instagram. But what would’ve been just a sweet snap became a Disney scene come to life with the two sharing a smooch with two beautiful rainbows in the background. Cuoco captioned the photo by saying that she’s lovestruck and weak in the knees.

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Cuoco and Cook, who first started dating just months after the actress divorced Ryan Sweeting, have been the epitome of a happy and healthy couple. During an interview with “The Talk” in September last year, the “Big Bang Theory” star said that they share the same passion for riding horses and love dogs. In fact, the two first met at a horse show. “I finally found my horse guy. I know. It was meant to be. He’s an amazing, amazing rider. Rider and jumper. Amazing equestrian and great human. We share obviously our passion for horses and dogs and all that,” she said.

At the time, Cuoco and Cook had already been dating for six months. When asked how things have been between the two of them, she said, “It’s been lovely. So great.”

Prior to meeting the man of her dreams, Cuoco was married to professional tennis player Sweeting. The estranged couple’s divorce was finalized 21 months after they tied the knot, according to the Daily Mail. According to the publication, Sweeting will not receive spousal support from Cuoco since they signed a pre-nuptial agreement before they got married.

While speaking with People in 2015, a source said that it became obvious that Cuoco and Sweeting were no longer happy with each other during this time. “The few times Kaley and Ryan went out together recently, the tension was noticeable. You could tell the honeymoon phase had ended. It seemed they were trying to work out their marriage by going on dates, but they both seemed miserable,” the insider said.

Cuoco and Sweeting mutually decided to end their marriage due to several factors. Other than their irreconcilable differences, there were also some reports suggesting that the athlete was addicted to alcohol and prescription drugs.