Kaley Cuoco got the rumor mill going into overdrive earlier this week when she posted a cute Instagram with 25-year-old equestrian Karl Cook, and it turns out, the two have been actually spending time together for a few weeks now!
The Big Bang Theory star and her rumored new beau took in the BNP Paribas Open together earlier this month. The pair was spotted looking cuddly and comfortable together at the tennis tournament in Indian Wells, California, on March 12.
While Cuoco, 30, has yet to officially confirm the relationship, the two certainly have a love for horses in common. Cook -- who hails from Woodside, California, and is the son of billionaire businessman and co-founder of Intuit software, Scott Cook -- is quite the accomplished equestrian. He recently took home the blue ribbon in the $25,000 SmartPak Grand Prix.
Meanwhile, Cuoco frequently shows off her own impressive riding skills and awards on her Instagram account, and last month, the Humane Society gave the actress the title of 2015's Horsewoman of the Year.
A source tells ET that Cook has always been very focused on horseback riding, and that while he can be "quiet" at first, he definitely has a "goofy" side once he opens up. The darling duo certainly seemed to be having a good time on their tennis outing!
Cuoco split from her ex, pro tennis player Ryan Sweeting, last September, after almost two years of marriage. Earlier this month, she told Cosmopolitan that she's not exactly ready to love again.
"[What happened] changes the way I look at marriage, and that makes me sad," Cuoco told the magazine. "It does not change the way that I look at love. I cannot wait to be in love again. I don't feel like I am ready yet...which is so different for me. I dive into everything."
It was Cook who did the diving at the BNP Paribas Open, however, leaping up to save the actress from a tennis ball that flew into the stands. Such a gentleman!
She might not be officially back off the market, but Cuoco did share last month that she's in "a much better place" since the breakup.
"I already feel like 2016 is going to be a much better year than 2015," Cuoco told Ellen DeGeneres. "It's been rough, but things are going good. I'm much, much better now. I'm in a much better place than I was."