Amanda Kloots shared that she had found her husband Nick Cordero while he continued to fight for his life against complications from the coronavirus.
The 38-year-old fitness instructor was unable to visit her husband due to COVID-19 safety instructions, but posted a photo on Friday showing her holding ICU Nick’s hand at the Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
Amanda posted the poignant lyrics of Andy Grammer’s “Don’t Give Up On Me” with the hashtag # Day79 accompanying the animated picture of their hands together.
‘I’m going to fight for you’: Amanda Kloots finds her husband Nick Cordero after 79 days apart after posting this photo of them holding hands from the ICU interior at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles
On her Instagram stories, Amanda shared a photo of a visitor’s hospital pass, enthusiastically saying to the followers, “Guess where I’m going !!! “
She also posted a GIF ‘Hallelujah’ on her post, and another from Cedars-Sinai that she captioned: ‘Everyday’.
Amanda previously reported that she was unable to visit her husband in intensive care due to visitor restrictions, but it appears that a special allowance has been granted.
Visitor Pass: Amanda announced on Friday that she would visit her husband Nick at the ICU after spending almost 79 days apart
Dedication: The fitness instructor also shared this photo of Cedars-Sinai where Nick has been in intensive care for the past 79 days
Amanda revealed yesterday that Nick had lost 65 pounds during his battle with COVID-19 and could only answer questions with his eyes because he was too “weak” to move or speak.
“He still can’t move and his muscles are definitely atrophied,” Amanda said during a question and answer session on Instagram live on Wednesday.
“What is so heartbreaking is that it is so weak,” said the former Broadway dancer in the outspoken conversation.
Throwback: Amanda posted this snapshot of Nick and their newborn son Elvis on Thursday
“Unfortunately, he cannot speak. He can’t even really move, you guys. This is how he is weak, “added Amanda.
“He looks up, he looks down, he looks left and right. And he answers the questions, yes and no. One yes looks up and none looks down.
She said she also talked to Nick about his amputated leg, which had been lost due to blood clots, but was not sure if the Bullets Over Broadway star understood that the appendix was gone.
“I told him about his leg, and I told him about the amazing prosthetics that are available now, and I told him he would be fine.
But, she admitted, “It’s hard when I talk to Nick to understand exactly what he understands. “
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