Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting Spend Valentine’s Day at Disneyland

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Disneyland can be fun, exciting, thrilling, and romantic. Often all at the same time, So really what better way to spend your first Valentine’s Day after getting married. At least that’s what Big Bang Theory Star Kaley Cuoco and her new husband professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting thought. After being married for only a couple of months, the newlyweds celebrated a “mini-honeymoon” over Valentine’s Day weekend at the happiest place on Earth.

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And even though it’s Ryan’s very first Disneyland visit, I think Kaley looks more excited (or scared?) on the Mad Tea Party ride.

Did you spend your honeymoon at a Disney theme park?

(photos courtesy Disneyland & Paul Hifmeyer.)

Previously: Close Encounters of the Celebrity Time at Disneyland.

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About Katie Brockman

Ever since I first saw 101 Dalmatians when I was a toddler, I've had a love for the Mouse. I grew up waiting for the day I could finally visit the happiest place on Earth (still hasn't happened yet, but it will!) and watching endless marathons of The Lion King, Toy Story, and Lady and the Tramp. Nowadays I keep myself busy going to school full time earning my business degree. In my off time, I enjoy reading, writing, browsing Pinterest, and keeping the world on top of the latest advertising trends with my blog The Advertising Outlet.
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2 Responses to Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting Spend Valentine’s Day at Disneyland

  1. lovealee says:

    Yes and it was everything we could have ever hoped and dreamed! We were in Anaheim for 2 weeks and went to Disneyland every other day. It gave us time to relax and re-energize for the next day. Our days in Disney were not spent exhausted with tired feet, but fresh and with ever growing excitement. It wasbthe BEST way to begin our marriage. :)

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