Today in Hollywood many Celebrities have gone under the knife to have plastic surgery, although most will deny it. However, this is not the case for the thirty-year-old “Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco who just recently sat down with Women's Health magazine for their upcoming issue in December. She admitted to having had plastic surgery procedures, and commented that she had her nose as well as her boobs done. She also has had a filler in a line in her neck which she explained she had had since she was 12.

Admitting freely, Cuoco also confessed that is was the best thing she had ever done.

Everybody wants to love their inner self but Kaley Cuoco explains that you want to look good, too. Living in the limelight with beautiful faces everywhere you look can put pressure on many actors and actresses to change their looks and features. Plastic surgery has become a norm in the Hollywood world. Many try to hide from this reality and deny having such procedures done but Kaley Cuoco wants to look her best and has advice for others who are thinking about getting on the operating table.

Kaley Cuoco's advice on getting surgery done

If you ever decide to get plastic surgery Kaley will tell you she does not think you should do it for a man or anyone else besides yourself. If you are looking to feel confident and amazing then she noted, go for it.

When it comes to Cuoco’s body though, that is all natural, no surgery needed. After her divorce from ex-husband Ryan Sweeting which shocked the world, Kaley used that inner stress as an outlet towards working out and has an incredible body to prove it. She has admitted to doing yoga and horseback riding which she expressed can be very therapeutic and worthwhile.

What's in store for the future?

Despite having a rocky road when it comes to love, Kaley is not sure if she will ever love again but does want a family, expressing she was meant to be a mom, and could see herself tying the knot once again in the future. It seem only time will tell. You can catch Kaley Cuoco on CBS as she stars in the comedy "The Big Bang Theory," which is currently in the middle of its 10th season.