Kaley Cuoco has no regrets when it comes to her love life.
The 30-year-old Big Bang Theory star appeared on CBS This Morning on Tuesday, where she candidly talked about her divorce from pro tennis player Ryan Sweeting. The two announced their split last September, and their divorce was recently finalized in court.
"You know what, I'm not ashamed of anything that happened," Cuoco said. "I fall in love really hard. I go deep and that person is it for me. I love hard, and when it's over, it's over."
"Some people make mistakes, and I wouldn't call it a mistake -- it's just what happened in my life, and now I'm excited to see what the future holds," she added. "But it happened, and now I have to say I'm happier than I've ever been."
When asked by co-anchor Gayle King if she's still friends with Sweeting, Cuoco pointedly answered, "Everything ended the way it was supposed to."
Still, her divorce obviously hasn't hardened her to love.
"Even when I was going through it, I was like, 'Oh, I'm never gonna love again' -- I can't even pretend to say that because it's not me, it's not my heart," Cuoco shared. "I know that's not me, and I know I will again ... Now I'm in this position and I've actually never been happier."
Cuoco blushed when asked point-blank about Cook, although she couldn't help but gush about her beau.
"I think the horse connection is special," she smiled. "He's special."
Cuoco brought Cook to a taping of the Late Show with host Stephen Colbert on Monday, the same day her divorce to 28-year-old Sweeting was finalized. Due to a prenuptial agreement, the exes will retain their respective assets, which means Cuoco can keep her significant earnings from starring on The Big Bang Theory.