Kaley Cuoco Hilariously Reacts to Question About Ex Henry Cavill's Man of Steel Body


Kaley Cuoco's lips are sealed!

During an appearance on Tuesday night's episode of Watch What Happens Live, the 35-year-old actress — who briefly dated onscreen Superman Henry Cavill back in 2013 — was asked to respond to fan question about whether "the Man of Steel" is "really made of steel."

"Oh my God," she replied, laughing heartily before replying, "I don't know. I never say, 'I don't know' — I always have an answer — but I don't know."

Cuoco and Cavill, 37, were romantically linked for a brief time back in July 2013. PEOPLE confirmed just 12 days later that the two had called it quits.

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Cuoco tied the knot with Karl Cook on June 30, 2018, in a ceremony at a horse stable near San Diego, California, attended by close friends and family. The duo started dating in spring 2016 and made their first public appearance as a couple in September that same year.

To celebrate their two-year anniversary this past summer, the actress and the professional equestrian both posted loving tributes on their respective Instagram accounts.

"Happy 2 year anniversary my darling @mrtankcook!! How did I get so lucky?" began Cuoco, who shared multiple photos from their intimate nuptials, in her post. "You are the coolest, weirdest, funniest, smartest, kindest, calmest, silliest, veggie growing, bunny wrangling, doggie rescuing, horse loving, beer/bourbon connoisseur, who loves and supports every move I make. I LOVE YOU and I LOVE US!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️."

Cavill is generally private about his love life, but did speak out back in July 2018 in an interview with GQ Australia about how the #MeToo movement has changed the way he approaches dating, saying he was hesitant to pursue relationships with women for fear of being called "a rapist or something."

"I like to think that I've never been like that," Cavill remarked, before adding that it's only natural to question yourself when putting your past under a microscope. "I think any human being alive today, if someone casts too harsh a light on anything, you could be like 'Well, okay, yeah when you say it like that, maybe.' "

While the Justice League actor went on to say that "stuff has to change, absolutely," he also spoke about how it's important to "retain the good things, which were a quality of the past," like chasing after women.

"There's something wonderful about a man chasing a woman. There's a traditional approach to that, which is nice," he added, in part. "I think a woman should be wooed and chased, but maybe I'm old-fashioned for thinking that."

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