Kaley Cuoco is pretty in an eye-catching sheer pink mini-dress as she’s spotted leaving hotel in NYC
She looked like she was more dressed for her home in Los Angeles than New York City when she was seen leaving her hotel on Thursday.
Kaley Cuoco stepped out in a sheer, pink mini-dress as temperatures scraped a chilly 37F.
But that didn’t seem to worry The Big Bang Theory alum, who smiled as she got into a waiting black SUV.
She must be cold: Kaley Cuoco left her hotel in a sheer, pink mini-dress as temperatures scraped a chilly 37F in Manhattan on Thursday
The 33-year-old is going to have to get used to the colder climes of the East Coast as she’s shortly going to move to New York to shoot her new series, The Flight Attendant.
And she will be there until April, leaving her equestrian husband Karl Cook, 28, their dogs and horses behind on the West Coast.
‘I’ve been crying already, knowing that I’m leaving them,’ Kaley explained to ET at the Much Love Animal Rescue’s 3rd Spoken Woof fundraising gala at the Microsoft Lounge in Los Angeles on Thursday.
‘I’m gonna be the one that needs the help! I’m gonna have to Facetime them every single night.
New project: The actress, 33, is going to have to get used to the East Coast’s colder climes as she’s shortly moving to New York City to shoot her new HBO Max series, The Flight Attendant
Smiling star: The Big Bang Theory alum didn’t seem to notice the cold and smiled as she got into the back of a black SUV
‘My husband and I, we don’t feel fulfilled unless we’re surrounded by all the animals. We fulfill each other, but we really like the animals… it’s who we are.’
Karl has a bulldog named Tank, while Kaley is mom to Ruby, a little white terrier, and pit bulls Shirley and Norman. They also have a string of competition horses.
Meanwhile, The Flight Attendant is an upcoming TV series for HBO Max.
Kaley created the series and is executive producing it, alongside Greg Berlanti, as well as starring in it.
Furry friends: Kaley and husband Karl Cook with pitbulls Todd and Blue at the 9th Stand Up For Pits event hosted by Kaley at The Mayan in downtown Los Angeles last Sunday
The show is based on the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian.
‘I found this book two and a half years ago, and I wanted to make it, and I thought the material was great,’ Kaley said. ‘I had an instinct about it.’
She added: ‘I think it’s really important to start putting our own stamps on things, especially as women, and having our own voice.
‘And I like being the boss. That’s it. That’s the bottom line.’
Little cutie: Kaley with a terrier at the Much Love Animal Rescue 3rd Spoken Woof Benefit at Microsoft Lounge on October 17. But she will have to leave her furry friends behind in California when she moves to NYC to film her new HBO Max series The Flight Attendant