This is how Kylie celebrated her birthday, who delighted everyone with her interesting position

This is how Kylie celebrated her birthday, who delighted everyone with her interesting position

Pregnant Kaley Cuoco showed off her baby bump in a New York Giants jersey on Monday as she marked her upcoming 37th birthday.

The Big Bang Theory actress looked radiant as she held an early celebration for her day with beau Tom Pelphrey’s family – with the duo receiving a cute babygro version of the jersey for their firstborn.

The Flight Attendant star is expecting a baby girl with Ozark actor Tom, 40, in 2023.

Kaley and Tom donned matching jerseys as they held up the tiny outfit, with the caption: ‘Future footballer comin at ya!’

She also sported matching jerseys with Pelphrey’s famil, which included his mother Laurie, his younger brother Robert, and his brother’s wife Lauren.

The California native met the Emmy-winning actor at the series premiere of the sophomore part of the final season in April.

The following month, they announced their relationship officially on Instagram.

In May, Cuoco told USA Today that it was love at first sight. ‘I heard his voice, and I turned around, and it was like my life was over, or just starting,’ she said.

‘It hit me. It was love at first sight. We were immediately connected. I do feel like I’ve known him my whole life,’ the actress added.

In October of this year, the soon-to-be parents announced that are expecting their first child. ‘Baby girl Pelphrey coming 2023,’ the star wrote in her caption of their photo. ‘Beyond blessed and over the moon…’

The star divorced her former husband of three years, professional equestrian Karl Cook in September of 2021.

On Friday, sources close to her The Big Bang Theory costar Jim Parsons exclusively told that he would be exposing Cuoco and his former costars in a new memoir.

Sources revealed the 49-year-old actor has been upset by his ex-friends’ betrayals and thinks it is time to tell his perspective.

‘He wants to set the record straight and lay bare the real details of his departure — and it won’t be pretty,’ the source said.

The hit sitcom ended after twelve seasons in 2018 after Parsons quit the show, ready to explore other opportunities. When the show ended, all three main cast members — including Cuoco and Johnny Galecki — were reportedly earning $1 million per episode.

Anger and frustration supposedly followed the end of the show and Parsons ‘breaking up the gang’.

In October, the Spoiler Alert star spoke on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that he participated in twenty hours of interviews with author Jessica Radloff for her book — The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive, Inside Story.

‘Other people would job memories when she’d come back to you with other questions. They’re like, “They said…,”‘ he said. ‘I’m like, “That’s right, that happened” or whatever. I had my own little box of what that time was in its own way. I know where all the bodies are buried, I like to say.’

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