Nick Cordero's Wife Amanda Kloots Misses Husband While He Remains Hospitalized
Nick Cordero's wife is feeling the absence of her husband who's still in the hospital following his positive COVID-19 diagnosis. She took to Instagram to voice her emotions.
Cordero, 41, shares a 10-month-old son, Elvis, with Kloots, who has been documenting his stay online and keeping fans updated. Her post is found below.
MISSING HER HUSBAND
In the photo, Kloots wore a black and white tube dress and wore her hair in an updo as she held up an iPhone with both hands. Behind her, Cordero looked smart in a white button-down shirt.
The "Mob Town" actor learned slightly and wore a small style for the photo. "I miss him," wrote Kloots in the caption. She added a hashtag to signify the days since Cordero was in the intensive care unit.
KLOOTS SHOWS HOPE FOR FUTURE
The broadway star entered the ICU at the end of March when he fell unconscious. Sadly, his wife wasn't even allowed to visit. She later said that her husband was scared about what's going on.
"He’s struggling a lot but I’m keeping positive. We’re just hoping Nick pulls through this in this really hard time," she said. Unfortunately, things went from bad to worse as April got underway.
CORDERO LOSES A LIMB
As a result of blood clotting due to some thinners he was taking for treatment, doctors felt it necessary to amputate Cordero's right leg. Kloots later revealed that the surgery was successful.
The actor is being cared for at the Cedars- Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Kloots has done some singing to help raise money for the actor. In total, she acquired over $350,000.
STILL ON A VENTILATOR
Still, as of Monday, Kloots explained that her husband can't come off of the ventilator because of a new fever he had. He's also been put on blood pressure medication for the fever.
Speaking to People, Kloots showed faith in the doctors currently treating her husband. She further encouraged fans to continue sending in their prayers. We hope Corderos recovers soon.
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