Kaley Cuoco’s husband, Karl Cook, decided to go the non-traditional route when it comes to celebrating their first wedding anniversary on social media.

On his Instagram account, Cook said that the majority of the couples he knows post nice photos of their partner to mark their anniversary, but he decided to do things differently. He uploaded a hilarious video of the “Big Bang Theory” actress looking at herself in the mirror. Cuoco is examining her eyes and complaining about pulling an eyelash before looking straight into the camera and giving her husband a sweet smile.

Cook also shared a funny photo of the actress with vegetable on her teeth while they were eating at a restaurant. Cuoco, who adores dogs, also imitated one of her pooches while he was yawning. The sweet dog is resting on Cuoco’s chest, and he seems contented to be with his master.

And in the last photo, Cook uploaded a sleeping picture of his wife. Cuoco is wrapped in her blanket and her left fist is resting on her cheek while she is sleeping.

Some of Cuoco and Cook’s friends couldn’t help but celebrate the couple’s anniversary. They also can’t contain their laughter at seeing some of Cuoco’s photos and video.

“Yes to all of this,” Brad Goreski wrote. “Karl!!! Oh my gosh, I just love you,” Ashley Aubra commented.

Meanwhile, Cuoco also greeted her husband on social media on their first wedding anniversary. In the first photo she uploaded, the couple is standing in the middle of the dance floor at their wedding reception.

The second snap is a drone shot from atop the reception venue, and Cuoco and Cook are hugging each other tightly while standing in front of their family and closet friends.

In the third picture, Cuoco and Cook are standing outdoors at their wedding venue. Cuoco’s younger sister, Brie, is also with them.

“Happy one year anniversary to my incredible other half! I still can’t believe you’re mine and I’m not letting you go,” Cuoco wrote.

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Kaley Cuoco pictured with fiancé Karl Cook at Seth Rogen's Hilarity For Charity event in Los Angeles on March 24, 2018. Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Netflix