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We dated for almost two years. It was such a huge part of my life and no one knew about it. This is the first time I’ve ever talked about it, ever.
It was a wonderful relationship but we never spoke a word about it and never went anywhere together. We were so protective of ourselves, of our projects together, of our professional relationship and didn’t want anything to ruin that. We had to keep it a secret for the sake of our work together and our professional careers.
We knew how to keep it deep inside and never bring it to work, ever.
Eventually, all that furtiveness and hiding made it sad. We couldn’t do anything. It wasn’t as fun as we wanted it to be. We had to hide all the time. That was not the kind of relationship I wanted. I don’t want to be hiding.
Everyone was always asking and we deny-deny-denied. And I was like, “Why am I denying this person that I love?” It took a little bit of a toll on me and I think it did for him, too.
Nor did I want our relationship to completely exist in the limelight, as some relationships do, but I believe that there’s got to be a happy medium.
It’s difficult to work with a secret boyfriend in a professional manner.
Moments were really hard, but we have such a love for each other – and we knew we weren’t destined to be together – that we accepted it and said, “Look, if we ever break up, we will be professional”.
— Kaley Cuoco on her relationship with “Big Bang Theory” co-star Johnny Galecki.

Those two could easily give Romanian “celebs” a lesson or two in Decency. However, decency is relative. And today it seems relatively gone.

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