Following complications related to the coronavirus, Canadian actor Nick Cordero was killed at 41 on July 5, 2020. After documenting the latter’s fight against the disease, it is still in shock that his wife, Amanda Kloots announced his disappearance on social networks. “God just welcomed a new angel to heaven. My dear husband passed away this morning. He was surrounded by his family, who sang and prayed as he gently left the earth. I cannot believe it and am in pain . My heart is broken because I can not imagine our life without him (…) He will be missed, Elvis and I, in all that we will do, every day “, she shared.
If the pretty blonde had to stay up to take care of their son, Elvis, who was only a few months old when his father died, it was by sharing a video montage of her late husband that Amanda Kloots wanted to return tribute. Emotionally, she wrote: “One year. That day hurts me, there are no other words. A year ago you left us and you became our angel in Heaven. You were surrounded. of so much love and Led Zeppelin was playing on Spotify, no doubt it was you who did this, not me. What happened is unthinkable, losing you was my biggest fear. I was telling you everything the time: ‘Don’t you dare to leave. If I lost you, I don’t know what I would do.’ “To conclude, Nick Cordero’s widow shared:” There hasn’t been a day this year without us thinking about you or talking about you. Thank you for being our guardian angel, for sending me signs, for being my DJ in heaven. I know you are not away. We only had a few short years together, but they were filled with so much love, laughter, adventure, dreams, change and made us grow. It was my ‘era Nick’ and I will have it forever. “
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Amanda Kloots lost the man she loves a year ago
To conclude, Amanda Kloots explained that she had chosen the song A Few Stars Apart by Lukas Nelson to accompany her husband’s pictures because “the lyrics are so beautiful but those of the second verse touch me every time.” With emotion, she thus shared the words of the title. “It’s hard not to hug you / I’m still on the ground / I miss the light you gave me / I miss your sound of love / Never a night will pass / Forgetting the stars in the sky . “
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