Amanda Kloots is keeping Nick Cordero close to her.
On Thursday, Kloots, 38, shared a video of a ring she made using some of her late husband’s ashes.
“Something very special came yesterday,” she captioned the post. “I am constantly surprised at the ways in which you can incorporate ashes to keep your person close to you.”
Kloots has been honoring the memory of the Broadway star since he passed away in July, aged 41, after his months-long battle with the coronavirus.
In October, she started talking about turning some of her ashes into a family vase.
“I love that Nick is with me in many places; the ocean, a beautiful vase, an urn and now in my hand ”, she wrote.
The ring features a sapphire – Cordero’s birthstone – in the center, and its initials are inscribed on the inside. Kloots plans to pass the play on to his son, Elvis Eduardo.
Kloots jewelry designer Stephanie Gottlieb created the meaningful design.
“Nick searched for Stephanie for all my jewelry, he knew that I loved his designs,” wrote the fitness instructor and future co-host of “The Talk”. “My wedding and engagement ring are hers, so this ring is very special to me.”