The Talk's Amanda Kloots recalls 'last Christmas' with Nick Cordero as she urges people to 'hug your loved ones close'

The Talk's Amanda Kloots recalls 'last Christmas' with Nick Cordero as she urges people to 'hug your loved ones close'

THE Talk's Amanda Kloots recalled the last holiday with her late husband, Nick Cordero, five months after his passing.

The Broadway star died on July 5 from coronavirus complications at the age of 41.

The TV personality took to Instagram to share a throwback snap of Nick with their son, Elvis, from 2019.

In the snap, the couple's little one smiles in his dad's arm as Nick poses with a proud look on his face.

Amanda captioned it: "One of my favorite pictures of Nick and Elvis. This was last Christmas. My family flew down to South Carolina and had a very Hallmark style Christmas at the @montagepalmettobluff.

"I’ll never forget it. Hug your loved ones close guys."


People were loving the post as they took to the comments section to respond.

One person wrote: "I am so glad you have these beautiful pictures to remember him," as another added, "You have millions of people holding you in their arms. I hope you feel the embrace."


The 38-year-old as been quite open about her late husband's death as earlier this month she sat down with Good Morning America and revealed what occurred as soon as Nick was admitted into the hospital after testing positive for the virus.

She said: "I started sharing everything on social media the day that Nick went into the ICU because it was so crazy that he was 41 with no pre-existing conditions and the only symptom he had was being tired, exhausted.

"I just felt like this needed to be told. I don't think I would have been able to get through everything that happened to me, to Nick, my family, and Nick's family without having been so open."

She added: "An army started to form, the help we started to receive, the care, the love, the prayers, the support. It was just incredible."


The mom of one also touched on the moment Nick "finally passed," saying as she held back the tears: "He was wrapped in love and song and support, the best way we knew how.

"I never thought I'd be a single parent so it's just hard knowing you're on the trajectory and I know Nick and Elvis would have been the cutest pair."

The newest The Talk cohost also previously revealed that she just wrapped up a memoir titled Live Your Life, which she wrote with help from her sister Anna in the five months since Nick died.

She told her fans: "As we would write often times we were in tears, sobbing over the keyboard. We kept saying how we can’t believe this happened and why did it all happen?

"We would also laugh, real hard deep belly laughs, because we realized through this trauma we had moments of silliness and happiness that we will never forget."

Amanda and Nick tied the knot in 2017 and remained married until his passing. They welcomed one son while together.

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