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Nick Cordero's Wife Amanda Kloots Burst into Tears on the 4 Month Anniversary of His Death

Olowokandi Fiyin
Nov 07, 2020
11:00 A.M.
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Late Nick Cordero's widow Amanda Kloots got emotional and broke down in tears as she reflected on sweet memories with the Broadway actor on the fourth anniversary of his death.

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Amanda Kloots continues to miss and remember her late husband Nick Cordero four months after his tragic demise. The yoga expert recently made an appearance on "The Talk" and got vulnerable when talking about Cordero.

Kloots, who served as a guest co-host on the show, got emotional and broke down in tears when discussing how she has coped with the loss of her partner in the past months.

Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots at the 2017 Drama Desk Awards at Town Hall on June 4, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots at the 2017 Drama Desk Awards at Town Hall on June 4, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

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While trying to wipe her eyes, the mother-of-one admitted that it had been a tear-jerking experience while the co-hosts Eve, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, and Carrie Ann Inaba, consoled her. The 38-year-old noted that the markers were hard as Underwood comforted her with a personal experience after losing her husband.

[Cordero] was first diagnosed in March and spent 95 days in the hospital after suffering a lung infection.

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Underwood explained that she could smell and hear her husband even after his demise, which brought her comfort. The 57-year-old comedienne urged Kloots not to feel bad and cry as much as she wants, to process her grief. The fitness expert responded:

"I'm so grateful to be here today. I do well when I keep busy. But it's also just nice to be here and talk to you guys, and it's very comforting."

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The mother-of-one then opened up about listening to the late actor's music and recalled a fond memory they shared in Laurel Canyon when they got their first home.

Kloots also spoke about the 1-year-old son, Elvis, whom she shared with Cordero and how they have a nightly ritual of kissing her husband's photo before they go to bed every night.

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Since Cordero passed, Kloots has constantly paid tribute to her late husband with several heartwarming social media updates. For his second death anniversary, she admitted that not a day has passed since his demise that she hasn’t cried.

In October, in an interview, Kloots discussed how she and Elvis honor the late actor's memory every day. She explained that they start the day by playing Cordero's music and end it by looking at photos.

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The founder of AK! Fitness mentioned how her son often reminds her of Cordero as she can already similarities between the father-son-duo. Cordero tragically passed away on July 5 from complications of COVID-19.

The late actor was first diagnosed in March and spent 95 days in the hospital after suffering a lung infection, having his right leg amputated, and enduring a septic shock.

On Thursday, November 5, Kloots shared a lovely photo of the couple posing in a colorful background as they held baby Elvis. In the accompanying caption, she explained the image was taken a year ago and that she and Elvis miss Cordero every passing day and hope he shows up in their dreams.

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