Florence Pugh celebrated her late colleague and friend Nick Cordero on what would have been his 42nd birthday via an emotional tribute on Instagram.
Broadway actor, Tony Awards nominee, and singer, Nick Cordero may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. His legacy and the relationships which he built with special people still live on.
Recently one of his best buddies, and co-star Florence Pugh,24, shared a post to celebrate him. The Instagram upload featured a series of photos that showed the duo enjoying each other's company.
Florence Pugh at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar party on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California | Photo: Getty Images
The first two images saw the actor making goofy faces; as his friend, Pugh had her hands extended to his face.Another photo was of the deceased and his wife, Amanda Kloots having a swell time at a restaurant, while the 24-year-old joined them in a group selfie.
[Florence Pugh] who is currently dating Zach Braff, Cordero's best friend, told her fans that the late star was full of nothing but love.
One of the slides gave the "Midsommar" actress fans a feel of the Broadway star's singing prowess, as the shot reflected Cordero's onstage performance with a guitar in his hands. She then backed it up with an excellent description of the deceased. Her caption read:
"So this amazing man is turning 42 today. Nick was the first to welcome me into his friendship group."
The actress recounted the invaluable experiences she shared with her friend who was also a hearty company for her mother. Before ending the tribute, Pugh expressed that memories of the deceased will forever be ingrained in their hearts.
Lots of fans chimed in their beautiful posthumous birthday wishes to the Tony Awards nominee, showing that they never intend to shove his memories aside.
The Broadway actress who is currently dating Zach Braff, Cordero's best friend, told her fans that the late star was full of nothing but love.
Sadly, news of the singer's passing was heartbreaking for the world in July. His death came after spending more than 90 days at the hospital from the novel coronavirus complications.
The actor who shares a son with his wife Amanda Kloots was blessed to have a beautiful family that showed their constant love and dedication towards his recovery.
However, after fighting for more than three month, he gave up the ghost, and the mother of one admitted that she was hurting due to her husband's exit.