Amanda Kloots Recalls the Last Time She Saw Late Husband Nick Cordero before His Hospitalization
Amanda Kloots reflected on the last time she saw her late husband Nick Cordero before his hospitalization for COVID-19 last year in an emotional and heartbreaking post on social media.
As Amanda Kloots continues to mourn and miss her beloved husband Nick Cordero, she reflects on the last time she saw the late Broadway actor before his hospitalization for COVID-19.
Yesterday, Kloots took to Instagram to mark the first anniversary of dropping Nick off at the Cedars Sinai Hospital after he came down with severe symptoms of the virus. She uploaded a video of her and her son Elvis outdoors.
Amanda Kloots and Nick Cordero at the Beyond Yoga x Amanda Kloots Collaboration Launch Event on August 27, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
The pair were seated in The Grove outside the hospital, waiting to hear more about Cordero’s condition. Kloots explained that she drove her husband to the emergency but couldn’t interact with him because of restrictions. She recalled:
“ I left him on the corner. We didn’t hug. We didn’t kiss goodbye. We couldn’t. It was clear he was sick with something, and we couldn’t take any risks.”
The heartbroken widow wrote that she wasn’t sure if Cordero said goodbye or “I love you” to their son. She promised him that they’d wait outside for him. According to Kloots, she believed it was only going to last some hours.
Cordero was 41 and had suffered sepsis, infections, and strokes during his hospitalization.
Unfortunately, that was the last time she ever saw her husband. In an emotional confession, the fitness instructor shared her regret at not hugging, kissing, and holding her late husband when he was entering the hospital.
She noted that on April 1, Cordero went on the ventilator, and she never spoke to him. Kloots extended encouragement to others who are in her shoes and didn’t see their loved ones after dropping them at the hospital.
The 37-year-old concluded, encouraging her online community to do the needful in eradicating COVID-19 for Nick and others who have lost their lives to the virus. Fans may recall that the Tony-nominated actor died on July 5, 2020.
Cordero was 41 and had suffered sepsis, infections, and strokes during his hospitalization. His right leg was also amputated due to complications. A month after his demise, Kloots opened up about how she was dealing with the tragic loss.
The mother-of-one explained in an Instagram Story update that she couldn’t function and felt like she was in a fog. “The Talk” co-host revealed that it was “beyond surreal and horrible” when she held her husband’s ashes.
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describing it as an emotional moment. However, the post received backlash from netizens who shamed her because only health workers and the elderly were eligible for the shot.