Keeping the memory of him. After Amanda KlootsHusband, Broadway alumnus Nick Cordero, died after a lengthy battle with COVID-19 in July 2020. She continued to educate her followers on how to deal with grief, stay strong for their son Elvis, and remember her husband, who is less than three years old.
Talk co-host previously said Us weekly that overcoming the grief of losing a partner is different every day. “Many people told me:” It’s getting easier [and] time helps” and I don’t know if I’ve found it yet. I still cry almost every day. These are growing pains,” she said in April 2021.
The fitness instructor added that she “does her best to stay healthy, active and happy. And you know, grief is a process… It happens differently for everyone.”
The former professional dancer has revealed that Elvis’ new milestones are making her grief process harder. “As far as Elvis is concerned, he does so many things, or there are times in life when you just wish your person was there to celebrate,” she explained. “And I think it’s harder because you miss your man so much.”
Kloots memorial for husband in July 2020 for family and close friends of the couple. Live your own life the best-selling author shared the news of the ceremony on Instagram. In the caption, she wrote: “I said, ‘Nick wanted this to be a holiday. Let’s try to laugh, share great stories and sing for him and in his memory.” He would love it. It was beautiful and perfect. His spirit was definitely there.”
During the ceremony, those present listened to “I’m Here” from Color Violet. Kloots said that after Cordero’s death, these texts took on a new meaning for her. She continued via her Instagram: “Really, I’m scared. Afraid of my new normal, pain, loss, and enough strength to get through it. But I know Nick is above the roots [sic] for me, believing in me and relying on me.”
Cordero first went to the hospital in March 2020 after showing symptoms of COVID-19. There were several complications in his case, including a mini-stroke, blood clots, and leg amputation. The former dancer announced that he died on July 5, 2020 at the age of 41.
“I’m at a loss and I’m in pain everywhere,” she wrote on Instagram at the time. “My heart is broken because I cannot imagine our life without him. Nick was such a bright light. He was everyone’s friend, loved to listen, help and especially talk. He was an incredible actor and musician. He loved his family and loved being a father and husband. Elvis and I will miss him in everything we do, every day.”
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