She called off her marriage just two months ago, but Kaley Cuoco is already taking decisive action to erase all memories of the past.
The actress set about "righting wrongs" yesterday, heading to a tattoo parlour in Los Angeles to have a very meaningful tattoo covered up.
Her inking, a set of roman numerals which represent the date of her wedding to ex-husband Ryan Sweeting, is now covered up by a large moth tattoo.
During the work-in-progress, Kaley posted a snap to Instagram thanking tattoo artist Justin Nero for his work and adding, "Note to self- do not mark your body with any future wedding dates #under30mistakes #donttakeyourselftooseriouslykids."
Kaley's tattoo, which sat at the nape of her neck, marked her New Year's Eve wedding to tennis pro Ryan back in 2013. At the time the newlyweds got matching inkings, with Ryan's still visible on his wrist alongside Kaley's name in large script.
The couple ended their 21-month marriage in September after almost a year of speculation in the media that something was amiss.
According to various sources, Kaley's decision to end things was spurred on her her husband's addiction to prescription painkillers, which started when he injured his back shortly after getting married.
"She supported him, but she said he couldn't make the commitment to get sober," a source told Us Weekly last month.
"He'd tell her he was working on it, and instead go get wasted."
Meanwhile, Kaley has been busy fending off claims that her increased closeness to actor Johnny Galecki was the reason for her split.
The pair, who star together on The Big Bang Theory, dated back in 2008 and still remain good friends.