Nick Cordero's Wife Amanda Shares Touching Snap of Late Husband Cuddled up Next to Her and Son Elvis
Keeping her late husband's memory alive, Amanda Kloots shared a touching family picture taken after their son, Elvis' birth, as she comes to terms with losing the father of her child.
The Broadway actor was 41 when he passed in the Cedars-Sinai medical center on Sunday following a lengthy battle back to health after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus early in April.
Cordero landed in the hospital in late March, and complications soon set in as he fought against lung infections, ph imbalances, blood pressure issues, and blood clotting issues that caused his one leg to be amputated.
On Monday, Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, shared a sweet photo taken of the young family, as she, Nick, and their 1-year-old son Elvis smiled broadly for the camera while seemingly in a restaurant.
Possibly a well-liked spot for the couple, Kloots shared a picture taken with Cordero in June at the same location when she gave followers and update on the status of his health.
Kloots and Cordero initially met back in 2014 on the set of "Bullets Over Broadway," when he portrayed a role in the production that earned him a Tony Award nomination, but they didn't get hitched until 2017.
In total, Cordero spent over 90 days in the ICU before his tragic death, and Kloots took to social media shortly after to update followers that he became "another angel in heaven now."
Kloots and Cordero's mother was with the actor when he passed, and devastated by the loss, Kloots said that she "cannot imagine" life without him in it.
The last time Cordero went onto social media, it was to honor Kloots and the love he had for her in celebration of her birthday. On March 19, the actor wrote for the last time that he is "counting [his] blessings" since he is "thankful" for having Kloots in his life as she always does what she can to make the world "a better place."
Shortly before his death, Cordero's last action was also driven by love for his wife, as the actor's best friend, Zach Braff, revealed.
Cordero sent him a text with one last request - to look out for his wife and child when he no longer could. Determined to honor his friend's last wish, Braff vowed that Kloots and young Elvis would never "want for anything."
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