December 13, 2020
Late Nick Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots and her toddler son, Elvis, made the most of their Christmassy feelings as they showed off their adorable Christmas card on social media.
Nick Cordero’s widow, and newly-minted “The Talk” host, Amanda Kloots’ Christmas card is ready and she shared the exciting news in a sweet post on Instagram.
Kloots and her son, Elvis, made the loveliest view as they graced their Christmas card and had fans gushing on the timeline. The star mom looked pretty as she rocked a white fitted shirt with the words “Live your life” emblazoned on it.
Kloots, 38, had her blonde hair styled in a messy ponytail as she photographed smiling at her little son, Elvis. Elvis looked sweet presenting a smile of his own unique while sporting a dark blue sweater.
[Kloots] recently had some uplifting moments after she and Elaine Welteroth were announced as new hosts of “The Talk.”
The mom-son Christmas card came with no fuss as the famous Christmas greeting was written in bold golden letters. The TV host had a thought-provoking message in her caption:
“Don’t let them kill your light, not without a fight. Live your life. God bless you this holiday season…”
Kloots went on to write that this year’s holiday season would come different but she and her family would hold on to optimism and enjoy the holidays. Many of her Instagram admirers filled the timeline with warm words and well-wishes.
The “The Talk” star’s positive energy was intact during Thanksgiving Day celebration where she poured out her heart in an Instagram post letting well-wishers know that she chose to count her blessings, despite some of the painful losses.
Many would reckon that the 38-year-old had to endure the painful passing of her spouse, Nick Cordero, who lost his life to the novel coronavirus. The tragic development occurred months after Cordero battled the ailment for months.
Although, the fitness guru recently had some uplifting moments after she and Elaine Welteroth were announced as new hosts of “The Talk.” They will be replacing star rapper, Eve, and music icon Marie Osmond.
Kloots and Welteroth would commence their stint on the show in January as they join the other hosts, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryl Underwood and Sharon Osbourne, in thrashing out daily hot topics.
A few days into this month the TV star had some reflective moments while sending out a message to the general public. On her Instagram page, Kloots shared a heartbreaking photo of the late Nick and Elvis, when he was a toddler.
In her caption, Kloots bared it all as she warned fans about the lasting effect of COVID-19 while also making an effort to advise them to take health precautions seriously.