Nick Cordero’s widow Amanda Kloots beams as she and son Elvis, one, enjoy a day at the beach
She lost husband Nick Cordero in July due to complications from COVID-19.
But Amanda Kloots has driven on and had a wonderful day at the beach with her one-year-old son Elvis.
The 38-year-old widow looked like she was having a good time helping her son get into the surf for the first time.
Beach Trip: Amanda Kloots, 38, looked like she was having a blast taking her son Elvis to the beach in posts shared on Instagram on Sunday
Amanda showed off her slim figure in white bottoms with red trim and a matching white crop top.
She had her short blonde locks tied in a ponytail and covered them with a royal blue trucker hat with her son’s name on the front.
Elvis looked adorable in a white T-shirt with navy blue sleeves and baby crab trunks, and he blocked the sun with a navy blue bucket hat.
‘Family day at the beach. Elvis loved the ocean today! Amanda began her caption.
Fitness Instructor: Amanda showed off her slim figure in white bottoms with red trim and a matching white crop top
Success: “Elvis loved the ocean today!” Amanda wrote. ‘He held my hand for the first time ([crying emoji]) who ran into the ocean because he was scared, but ended up jumping into the waves! ‘
‘He held my hand for the first time ([crying emoji]) who ran into the ocean because he was scared, but ended up jumping into the waves! Amanda continued.
‘I kept telling him it’s exactly what his dada would do ❤️ He was so brave, I couldn’t believe it!’
The fitness instructor spent time with friends on the beach before a party.
Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Amanda did not wear a mask, although she and Elvis were far away from other beachgoers, and masks are not recommended for children under the age of two.
Amanda also shared some adorable photos on her Instagram stories of holding Elvis and giving him a kiss.
Friendly Gathering: The fitness instructor spent time with friends on the beach for a party
Too Cute: Amanda also shared some adorable photos on her Instagram Stories of holding Elvis and giving him a kiss
Although she started living again without her late husband, Amanda revealed late last month that she was writing a book about Nick’s months-long battle with COVID-19.
‘Yes, I am writing a memoir about this time, and I am writing it together with Anna Kloots, my sister. It’s about everything I’ve been through, and about positivity and belief and resilience, ” she explained to the New York Times.
“I started writing when I was in Ohio, with my mom and dad, right after Nick passed away. I’ve actually found it incredibly therapeutic. ‘
Nick spent 95 days at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles battling one medical crisis after another, all as a result of catching the new coronavirus.
As They Were: Amanda revealed in an interview last month that she is writing a book about her late husband Nick Cordero’s latest health struggle with COVID-19
Brave Fight: The Broadway star was hospitalized for 95 days and suffered mini strokes and a blood clot requiring a leg amputation before succumbing to the aftereffects of COVID-19
The Broadway star suffered a blood clot that required one of his legs to be amputated, and he later suffered a series of mini-strokes.
Although he regained consciousness late in his battle, the damage from the virus was too great for his body to overcome, even though he had tested negative for the coronavirus weeks before his death.
On September 17th, Amanda celebrated what would have been the 42nd birthday of the Bullets Over Broadway actor with the release of his album Live Your Life, which comes from a one-man show that he put on with guest spots.
The LP was titled after his eponymous song, which Amanda sang every afternoon while in the hospital.
Birthday Girl: On September 17th, Amanda celebrated what would have been Nick’s 42nd birthday with the release of his album Live Your Life, which was taken from a one-man show