Nick Cordero’s tragic passing from COVID-19-related complications has been felt throughout Hollywood. Since his death was first confirmed by his wife, Amanda Kloots, many of his friends and loved ones have been posting sentimental tributes to the late star through social media. Kloots has also been candid about her husband on social media and has continued to do so after his death. Now, Kloots has posted a new video that beautifully chronicles their five-year relationship.
Amanda Kloots went to Instagram to share a video made by her sister, Anna. The sentimental montage features numerous pictures of Kloots and Cordero together and lovingly tracks their courtship and eventual marriage. It also features some sweet photos featuring the couple with their young son, Elvis. Check out the video for yourself down below:
In addition to the video, Amanda Kloots also shared a sweet caption in which she expressed her love for her husband and shared fond memories of him:
One can’t help but get a little emotional when seeing this compilation of photos. It goes without saying that Anna Kloots was lovingly able to capture the romance that her sister and late brother-in-law shared.
This marks the second video that Anna Kloots has made following Cordero’s passing, as she previously made one that focused on Cordero and Kloots’ relationship with their son. The video entitled, “The Silver Linings,” also highlighted the couple’s extended family, who stood with them during Cordero’s lengthy hospitalization. One of these friends is Scrubs actor Zach Braff, who hosted Cordero’s family while the actor was in the hospital.
As previously mentioned, Amanda Kloots was very candid when it came to her husband’s successes and setbacks during his battle with the coronavirus. While some days definitely seemed to be harder than others, she stuck by the actor and never hesitated to open up about how he was doing on a particular day. Her desire to constantly stay by her husband’s side further cements the love that her sister’s video portrayed so beautifully.
Nick Cordero certainly leaves a void that won’t be replaced, and his loved ones will need time to heal. But thankfully, they can find solace with each other and find comfort in the numerous memories they have of the beloved actor.
We here at CinemaBlend continue to extend our thoughts to the loved ones of Nick Cordero during this time.
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