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Kaley Cuoco brands her relationship 'sl*tty'

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Kaley Cuoco thinks her romance with Ryan Sweeting sounds "sl*tty".

'The Big Bang Theory' actress married the 26-year-old tennis player on New Year's Eve (31.12.13) just six months after meeting him and, although she knows it was a whirlwind relationship, she insists they knew they were right for each other say soon as they met.

Speaking on the 'Late Show With David Letterman', she said: "We met on a blind date. We texted a little bit, dinner was great, and then he moved in the next day. It sounds so sl*tty, but it wasn't.

"It all did move quite fast on paper, but we really did know. I'm totally married. I know you're all thinking, 'She's nuts!' I swear I'm not nuts! We were throwing a New Year's Eve party anyway, and I was like, 'Let's throw a ceremony in the party and not tell anybody.'"

The 28-year-old actress also admitted she and her beau haven't been on a romantic honeymoon yet, but they did celebrate their nuptials by taking a trip to Disneyland in Florida.

She explained: "We actually went to Disneyland. He had never been before, and it's like my favourite place in the world."

However, the newly-weds will need to put their "big" honeymoon plans on hold for the time being as they are preparing to move into their new home in a few weeks.

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