Amanda Kloots talks possibility of finding love after husband Nick Cordero's death

Amanda Kloots has been very transparent about her grief since she lost her husband Nick Cordero in July after battling COVID-19.
The Broadway star's widow often provides information about the couple's 1-year-old son, Elvis, and how their family is doing.
During a recent Q&A posted on Instagram, Kloots, a fitness trainer and actress, answered questions from her followers about everything from how to find love again to helping someone in grief.
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In response to a follower who asked if she could see how she finds love and has more children after losing Cordero, she said, "I hope so. I would love to find love again," People said.
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"I would have told Nick that if I had been on my deathbed," she continued. "And I think he would have told me the same thing if he could have talked."
Cordero had complications with COVID-19 for three months and had many problems in the hospital. He suffered from multiple infections, suffered lung damage, spent time in a medically induced coma and required, among other things, a leg amputation.
Kloots previously described the process of mourning the loss of her husband as "a long journey back and forth that I never thought I would be part of".
"Nobody can tell me how to do it, I have to do it. I can do things right, I can do them wrong," she explained. "There is no perfect way. One day, step by step. I believe that God shows the way and that Nick is our angel."
In Kloots' Q&A session, another fan sought advice to help someone in their life who had recently lost their husband. "I'm checking in, but I feel like I'm [saying] the wrong thing," wrote the follower.
Kloots encouraged her to keep checking on her grieving friend and "just be there for her".
"I find a text from friends that says that sometimes I love you, exactly what I need," explained Kloots. "Don't be afraid to ask how she is doing and talk about her husband. It honestly feels stranger when a friend ignores Nick's gone."
Kloots will share more about her love story with Cordero and live with grief in her upcoming memoir, "Live Your Life," which will be released in June 2021.
Amanda Kloots talks about the possibility of finding love after husband Nick Cordero's death originally posted on goodmorningamerica.com

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