Heartbroken, Amanda Kloots remembers her late husband Nick Cordero three months after his tragic demise due to COVID-19. The theatre star expressed how much she missed her man.
It has been three months since the world tragically experienced the loss of Broadway actor Nick Cordero, but it feels like just yesterday for his wife Amanda Kloots who continues to mourn.
On Monday, Kloots took to Instagram to remember her late husband in a touching Instagram post. She shared a lovely photo of them enjoying a dance in an outdoor barn as the sunset.
Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots at the Broadway Opening Night After Party for 'A Bronx Tale' at The Marriot Marquis Hotel on December 1, 2016 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
The duo looked so in love as they stared into each other’s eyes with Cordero’s arms around his woman’s waist. In the moving accompanying caption, Kloots declared her undying love for her late actor husband.
The moving tribute came a day after [Kloots] tugged at hearts with a lovely photo of her and Elvis having a swell time at the beach.
She explained that the 5th of every month was tough for her and expressed how much she missed him every day. Speaking about how COVID-19 robbed her of her eternal love, the fitness expert wrote:
“Nick passed away three months ago, but COVID took my husband April 1, which is seven months ago. I realized that the other day, Elvis and I lost him seven months ago.“
She continued noting that once Cordero went back on the ventilator, he left and never returned, leaving her and their 1-year-old son Elvis by themselves.
Kloots concluded urging her followers to keep safe, wear a mask, and take the virus seriously. Amid the pain and hurt, Kloots has been strong for her son, whom she shared with Cordero.
The moving tribute came a day after the 38-year-old tugged at hearts with a lovely photo of her and Elvis having a swell time at the beach. The “Damage Control” star flaunted her toned body in white and red swimwear while playing with her body in the water.
She shared several images and a video of her holding Elvis while they walked into the ocean. She explained in the caption that the toddler was scared walking into the ocean, but she encouraged him, telling him his late father was a brave man.
Kloots and Cordero tied the knot in September 2017 and welcomed Elvis in June 2019. Unfortunately, their sweet love was cut short when Cordero was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March and soon faced complications that saw him hospitalized in the intensive care unit for 95 days.
The Canadian native faced several complications that led to his right leg being amputated and a septic shock alongside infections in his lung. Cordero pushed on but unfortunately lost the battle and passed away on July 5. The tragic news was shared via a statement on Kloots’ Instagram page, where she described her late husband as a “bright light.”