Amanda Kloots Recalls Nick Cordero's Last Words before He Died from COVID-19
Amanda Kloots had a message of positivity that stood firm during the health ordeal her husband and Broadway star Nick Cordero passed through until the time of his death.
Now she has bared her feelings in a new book, "Live Your Life," where she detailed all the events in her family right from the time she and Cordero met until his passing.
Kloots' book, which HarperCollins published, has been listed on Amazon, and it is up for sale. Speaking in an interview, the TV personality shared that it was difficult writing the book.
The 39-year-old recalled the last time she spoke to her husband. Kloots relayed that Cordero has been scared about leaving them because he was to be placed on a ventilator.
The "The Talk" host noted she and Cordero talked over the phone, and he told her it would be the last time they would communicate before he was put on a ventilator.
Kloots remembered reassuring her spouse as he let her know he loved her and their now-two-year-old son, Elvis. She stated that she returned the affection before the line went dead.
Albeit the "growing pain," Kloots shared that she strives to be active and healthy.
The fitness instructor shared that it was pretty tasking to gather her thoughts together as her feelings were all over the place. She noted that sometimes while writing, her vision would get blurred by tears.
However, she felt it was vital that she penned her love story with the award-winning Broadway actor. Kloots also talked about a near-spiritual experience.
She recalled that she and Cordero's mom were awaiting feedback on his health when a nurse walked up to them, talking about his previous moments with the actor.
Kloots said the nurse mentioned how her husband talked about her and Elvis and their new home. He then asked if he would ever get to them again.
Kloots was initially a fitness instructor who has been on Broadway a few times, and she had an average following on social media. However, she was plunged into the public eye after fans saw her positivity.
Despite Cordero's condition, which was one of the first set of COVID-19 cases, internet users saw Kloots put up an optimistic attitude, even until the time of his death.
Despite this impressive show of strength, Kloots still has moments of raw emotions, where she would cry at least once a day. Albeit the "growing pain," Kloots shared that she strives to be active and healthy.
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