Amanda Kloots reveals she's turned her late husband Nick Cordero's ashes into a ring so he's 'with her'

AMANDA Kloots revealed the sweet way she will keep her late husband Nick Cordero close to her and their son, Elvis.

The Broadway star died on July 5 from coronavirus complications at the age of 41.

Amanda decided to use some of Nick's ashes to put them into a beautiful ring she will wear and then eventually pass the ring down to Elvis, one.

She showed off the stunning gold ring on Instagram and explained the beautiful story behind it.

Amanda wrote: "Something very special arrived yesterday. @stephaniegottlieb made me this ring using some of Nicks ashes.

"She put a sapphire in the center, his birthstone. This ring, engraved with NC, will go to Elvis one day."

Amanda added that she's "constantly amazed by the ways you can incorporate ashes to keep your person close to you".

"I love that Nick is with me in many places; the ocean, a beautiful vase, an urn and now on my hand," she wrote.

The TV personality revealed she chose jeweller Stephanie Gottlieb for a very sentimental reason.

"Nick went to Stephanie for all my jewelry, he knew I loved her designs! My wedding and engagement ring are from her so this ring is very special to me," she wrote on Instagram.

The jeweller herself said she felt privileged to be part of such a special family moment.

"Amanda I’m so happy I could create something that you and Elvis will treasure forever! Wear It in good health and spirits always ❤️" she wrote on Amanda's Instagram.

Her fans also agreed, calling it "such a special keepsake".

"This is incredible! ✨✨✨," wrote one Instagram user.

Another added: "He will keep guiding your way. Love you 🧡🧡🧡"

And a third said: "That’s absolutely beautiful – both the ring and the story/meaning."

The 38-year-old as been quite open about her late husband's death as earlier this month she sat down with Good Morning America and revealed what occurred as soon as Nick was admitted into the hospital after testing positive for the virus.

She said: "I started sharing everything on social media the day that Nick went into the ICU because it was so crazy that he was 41 with no pre-existing conditions and the only symptom he had was being tired, exhausted.

"I just felt like this needed to be told. I don't think I would have been able to get through everything that happened to me, to Nick, my family, and Nick's family without having been so open."

She added: "An army started to form, the help we started to receive, the care, the love, the prayers, the support. It was just incredible."

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