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Kaley Cuoco rocks Johnny Cash T-shirt while Super Bowl grocery shopping with babydaddy Tom Pelphrey in LA

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Kaley Cuoco rocked a Johnny Cash T-shirt while shopping with her babydaddy Tom Pelphrey at Gelson’s Market in Santa Monica on Sunday before attending a friend’s Super Bowl LVIII bash.

The 38-year-old Big Bang Theory alum bought a vase of sunflowers as well as two cases of La Croix ‘Beach Plum’ canned soda alongside the 41-year-old Emmy nominee, who was sporting a New York Giants hoodie.

Kaley – who boasts 8M Instagram followers – later Instastoried a snap of the ‘important’ Snack Break-brand football hair claw she used to fasten her ponytail at the party.

Missing from Cuoco and Pelphrey’s side was their 10-month-old daughter Matilda Carmine Richie Pelphrey, who’s already an LA Rams fan.

While appearing on the February 5th episode of Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend, the three-time Emmy nominee revealed that she would have no problem with little Matilda following in her parents’ acting footsteps.

Kaley Cuoco rocked a Johnny Cash T-shirt while shopping with her babydaddy Tom Pelphrey at Gelson’s Market in Santa Monica on Sunday before attending a friend’s Super Bowl LVIII bash

The 38-year-old Big Bang Theory alum bought a vase of sunflowers as well as two cases of La Croix 'Beach Plum' canned soda alongside the 41-year-old Emmy nominee, who was sporting a New York Giants hoodie

The 38-year-old Big Bang Theory alum bought a vase of sunflowers as well as two cases of La Croix ‘Beach Plum’ canned soda alongside the 41-year-old Emmy nominee, who was sporting a New York Giants hoodie

‘I had such a good experience growing up as an actor. I had, like, the best parents and, I mean, Tom and I are actors. I’m like, “She’s probably going to be something like that,”‘ Kaley shrugged.

‘She loves to show off and be on the video, loves to stare at herself. I mean, she’s our child for sure. [She] loves watching her own videos, loves to catches herself in the mirror and keeps looking. We’re like, “Yes, we know. We get it!” She’s very entertained with the things that she does. I think she probably will do something like [acting].’

Cuoco continued: ‘I was very, very lucky so you know if that’s what Matilda wants to do I can’t really tell her not to because I loved my experience so much I can’t be like, “Don’t do that” because I loved it.’

The Role Play producer-star’s first paying gig was at the tender age of five when she ‘shot 10 Barbie commercials in two years.’

Kaley only took one acting class when she was 10 and the teacher called her a ‘pots and pans actor’ who ‘was terrible’ and she ‘would never make it.’

Cuoco will next next voice Harley Quinn in Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker’s 10-episode spin-off Kite Man: Hell Yeah! which premieres later this year on Max.

On November 16, Max officially renewed Paul Dini and Bruce Timm’s adult animated series Harley Quinn for a fifth season.

The Priceline brand ambassador executive produces and voices the titular character, who has the distinction of being one of the few out and proud bisexual characters from DC Comics.

Kaley - who boasts 8M Instagram followers - later Instastoried a snap of the 'important' Snack Break-brand football hair claw she used to fasten her ponytail at the party

Kaley – who boasts 8M Instagram followers – later Instastoried a snap of the ‘important’ Snack Break-brand football hair claw she used to fasten her ponytail at the party

Missing from Cuoco and Pelphrey's side was their 10-month-old daughter Matilda Carmine Richie Pelphrey, who's already an LA Rams fan (pictured January 14)

Missing from Cuoco and Pelphrey’s side was their 10-month-old daughter Matilda Carmine Richie Pelphrey, who’s already an LA Rams fan (pictured January 14)

While appearing on the February 5th episode of Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend, the three-time Emmy nominee revealed that she would have no problem with little Matilda following in her parents' acting footsteps

While appearing on the February 5th episode of Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend, the three-time Emmy nominee revealed that she would have no problem with little Matilda following in her parents’ acting footsteps

Kaley shrugged: 'I had such a good experience growing up as an actor. I had, like, the best parents and, I mean, Tom and I are actors. I'm like, "She's probably going to be something like that"'

Kaley shrugged: ‘I had such a good experience growing up as an actor. I had, like, the best parents and, I mean, Tom and I are actors. I’m like, “She’s probably going to be something like that”‘

Cuoco said: 'She loves to show off and be on the video, loves to stare at herself. I mean, she's our child for sure. [She] loves watching her own videos, loves to catches herself in the mirror and keeps looking'

'We're like, "Yes, we know. We get it!" She's very entertained with the things that she does. I think she probably will do something like [acting]' (pictured Saturday)

Cuoco said: ‘She loves to show off and be on the video, loves to stare at herself. I mean, she’s our child for sure. [She] loves watching her own videos, loves to catches herself in the mirror and keeps looking. We’re like, “Yes, we know. We get it!” She’s very entertained with the things that she does. I think she probably will do something like [acting]’ (pictured Saturday)

The Role Play producer-star - who started acting at age 5 - added: 'I was very, very lucky so you know if that's what Matilda wants to do I can't really tell her not to because I loved my experience so much I can't be like, "Don't do that" because I loved it'

The Role Play producer-star – who started acting at age 5 – added: ‘I was very, very lucky so you know if that’s what Matilda wants to do I can’t really tell her not to because I loved my experience so much I can’t be like, “Don’t do that” because I loved it’

Kaley will next next voice Harley Quinn (M) in Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker's 10-episode spin-off Kite Man: Hell Yeah! which premieres later this year on Max

Kaley will next next voice Harley Quinn (M) in Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker’s 10-episode spin-off Kite Man: Hell Yeah! which premieres later this year on Max

Tom will next portray Raymond Peepgrass in David E. Kelley's (pictured November 23) six-episode Atlanta-based business drama A Man in Full, which premieres later this year on Netflix

Tom will next portray Raymond Peepgrass in David E. Kelley’s (pictured November 23) six-episode Atlanta-based business drama A Man in Full, which premieres later this year on Netflix

On January 19, Max canceled Kaley’s critically-acclaimed series The Flight Attendant after two seasons.

‘What started out as an attention-grabbing book cover quickly evolved into an extraordinary flight of a lifetime,’ Cuoco said in a statement.

‘I always envisioned TFA as a limited series and thanks to an incredible creative team, we were able to deliver two thrilling seasons. Personally, playing Cassie has been a dream come true and I am so grateful for everyone who played a part in bringing this extremely original series to life.’

Meanwhile, Tom will next portray Raymond Peepgrass in David E. Kelley’s six-episode Atlanta-based business drama A Man in Full, which premieres later this year on Netflix.

Oscar winner Regina King directed the limited series based on Tom Wolfe’s 1998 novel.

The (Un)Likeminded narrator will also reprise his role as Perry Abbott in the second season of Amazon Prime Video sci-fi western Outer Range.

Pelphrey originally met the SoCal native at the Manhattan premiere of Netflix’s final season of Ozark back in April 2022.

Here’s hoping their relationship lasts longer than Kaley’s 21-month marriage to pro tennis player Ryan Sweeting and her three-year marriage to equestrian Karl Cook.

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