Amanda Kloots Shares Touching Tributes to Late Husband Nick Cordero Showing Their Sweet Relationship (Videos)
Amanda Kloots, the wife of Broadway star Nick Cordero, shared sweet moments with her late husband via a series of posts on Instagram.
Kloots and Cordero share a 1-year-old son, Elvis Eduardo. Before the actor died on Sunday, the family was known to share their happy moments on the gram.
Kloots is not backing down even with her husband's demise. She paid a sweet tribute to him by sharing their unique moments a few hours after his passing.
According to Kloots, it was a compilation of their time as a couple since day one, made by her sister, Anna Kloots. Snaps of the progression of their relationship also featured on the 6-minute clip. Cordero's widow had a few heart-melting words to share alongside the touching post. She wrote:
"Nick always said we were completely different people that normally would never be together. We challenged each other..."
She concluded by stating that her man would always admire her and express how lucky he feels to have her. However, Kloots mentioned that she was the lucky one who was privileged to spend five years with her son's father. Condolences flew in from everywhere, as Kloots' followers sympathized with her.
In March, Cordero gushed on his woman via a post on her birthday, not knowing that it would be the last time.
Kloots continued to share adorable moments of the deceased via her Instagram stories. One showed the actor with his toddler son strapped in front of him. Other snaps showed throwbacks of the couple enjoying each other's company and looking joyful.
In March, Cordero gushed on his woman via a post on her birthday, not knowing that it would be the last time. Before then, he celebrated the love of his life on Valentine's Day.
Sadly, before the end of March, the father of one was admitted into the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and during his time at the hospital, his woman was always by his side.
She also asked for prayers and as much support as she could get. When Nick died on Sunday, Kloots shared a message saying she was still in "disbelief," but thanked all those who have been unrelenting in their support. Cordero's widow later performed a final musical tribute to the late Broadway actor.
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