Amanda Kloots says she misses late husband Nick Cordero after finding touching picture

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Amanda Kloots says she misses late husband Nick Cordero after finding touching picture

Amanda Kloots says she misses sleeping next to late husband Nick Cordero after finding touching picture of the pair napping on his pho

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Amanda Kloots says she misses sleeping next to late husband Nick Cordero after finding touching picture of the pair napping on his phone

Amanda Kloots took to Instagram Sunday with an emotional short of herself and late husband Broadway actor Nick Cordero, who died at 41 of COVID-19 complications last month.

‘I found this on Nicks phone,’ the fitness pro, 38, told her 580,000-plus followers. ‘I don’t remember him taking this picture but know exactly where we are here.’

Kloots, who is mother to son Elvis Eduardo, one, with the late Tony-nominee, added, ‘I really miss sleeping next to him, cuddling into his shoulder and having someone to hold,’ with an emoji of a heart.

Touching: Amanda Kloots took to Instagram Sunday with an emotional short of herself and late husband Broadway actor Nick Cordero, who died at 41 of COVID-19 complications last month

Touching: Amanda Kloots took to Instagram Sunday with an emotional short of herself and late husband Broadway actor Nick Cordero, who died at 41 of COVID-19 complications last month

In the image, the Bullets Over Broadway star was clad in a denim shirt and sported a goatee while Kloots napped behind him.

Cordero fought a valiant three-month battle against the disease, as his right leg was amputated and he shed 65 pounds amid the 95-day health battle.

Kloots has been candid about her family as Cordero fell ill with pneumonia in late March, sharing regular updates to her Instagram account.

Earlier this month, she shared that she moved with Elvis into a home in Southern California’s Laurel Canyon that Cordero had bought for the family in a coast-to-coast move.

Giving: The fitness pro has shared her life on social media amid the family tragedy

Giving: The fitness pro has shared her life on social media amid the family tragedy

New beginning: Kloots and her son have moved into a home in Southern California's Laurel Canyon that Cordero had bought for the family in a coast-to-coast move

New beginning: Kloots and her son have moved into a home in Southern California’s Laurel Canyon that Cordero had bought for the family in a coast-to-coast move

She wrote on the social media site: ‘Night 1… we got this. Thank you Nick,’ adding, ‘I thought I’d be terrified but it’s oddly been comforting….. I think this is because I know this was Nick’s dream and today Elvis and I are bringing that dream to life.’

In addition to Cordero’s tragic story, the pandemic has had a devastating impact on Broadway, darkening the famed street amid the New York City shutdown, while playwright Terrence McNally died March 24 at 81 due to complications from the deadly virus.

As of Sunday, on a global level, 808,676 people have died amid 23,420,418 positive diagnoses worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The death total for COVID-19 in the U.S. was at 176,802 people, with 5,701,679 total positive diagnoses.

Somewhere over the rainbow: Kloots earlier this month shared a touching reminder of Nick

Somewhere over the rainbow: Kloots earlier this month shared a touching reminder of Nick

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