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Amanda Kloots remembers Nick Cordero on 2nd anniversary of his death

Amanda Kloots is celebrating her late husband, Nick Cordero, on the two-year anniversary of his death. host on tuesday Conversation shared a reflective post to mark July 5, the day the Broadway star died of COVID-19 complications at the age of 41.

Set to Justin Bieber’s song “Ghost,” the 40-year-old tribute featured a series of videos and photos of him and Cordero, with some PDA, smiling and playing with their 3-year-old son, Elvis. The video also featured clips of Cordero singing and playing instruments.

“Two years ago today Elvis and I said goodbye to Nick,” she wrote next to the post. “It was the hardest day of my life. There hasn’t been a day I haven’t missed him. Nick was there. His smile and laughter brightened up a room. He was loved by everyone and everyone who knew him.” Yes, he was a very good friend.”

In the second part of his dedication, live your life The author shared how a friend’s dream carries a happy meaning on a day that is usually filled with sorrow.
“Let me tell you a story… On this day last year my girlfriend told me about her beautiful dream,” she recalled. “We were all at a party and Nick looked happy and bright there. When she asked him why he was there he said, ‘What do you mean? Today is my birthday. Everyone gets a chance to celebrate with the person I love.’ Hearing this completely changed my mood.”

Amanda Kloots and Nick Cordero
Amanda Kloots / Instagram

“He is celebrating today? Is he happy? There are so many similarities between birth and death,” he continued. “I might not know what the other side is up to but he was sending me a clear message. I quickly redacted this day. July 5 is Nick’s ‘new birth’ day instead of his death day. The idea is a Otherwise the dark day brought a positive light. I then decided that I will celebrate with him today and always on 5th July. I love honey. I miss you more than life.”

Kloots announced her husband’s passing in 2020 – when she shared a series of updates while battling COVID-19.

On her Instagram Stories, Kloots – who is currently visiting Italy – shared a picture of herself and Nick reflecting on the time they spent in the country during their honeymoon. “We spent part of our honeymoon in Capri,” she wrote on a photo of herself and her husband. “I feel so lucky to be here today because it has always held a special place in my heart.”

Amanda Kloots and Nick Cordero
Amanda Kloots / Instagram

In another slide, Kloots shared a smiling photo of Cordero riding a boat. “One of my favorite pictures of Nick he was always so happy here,” she captioned the picture. Kloots followed up the picture with more snaps of her and her late husband from their journey.

Kloots spoke to ET last year about becoming a single mom after Cordero’s death. “I’ve been helped a lot,” she shared. “I couldn’t have done this without my help. I have five jobs. I’m working round the clock and then I spend every single second with Elvis. I have a great group of friends who help and rescue me.” Run for. As much as you can, and my family.”

Amanda Kloots and Nick Cordero
Amanda Kloots / Instagram

To keep her husband’s memory alive for her son, the former dancer said she always made sure to talk to Elvis about his father. “I tell her a lot. I’m just so determined [about] Informing him that his grandfather is around,” she said. “We listen to Nick’s music all the time. As I wear ‘Live Your Life’, he starts banging his head like he’s in a rock band. This is the cutest thing. We have pictures of Nick everywhere. He kisses it every night before we go to sleep. I tell her before I put her in her crib [about] His dreams are about to happen to him and they always take Nick on some kind of adventure.”

Amanda Kloots and Nick Cordero
Amanda Kloots / Instagram

“We talk about Nick all the time,” Kloots continued. “It’s hard to say … what he knows or what he thinks, but I think he knows Dada is somewhere. I think Nick comes and visits him and spends time with him.” I really do.”

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