Amanda Kloots and her son Elvis Eduardo Cordero are precisely the dynamic duos we like to see on our screens.
The mother-son duo never fails to thrill their fans with Kloots’ adorable uploads, whether they are celebrating a significant milestone coming ahead or just bonding. In anticipation of her son’s 4th birthday, the doting mother had her fans and followers swooning over the upload of herself and the toddler twinning in smiley outfits.
Amanda Kloots And Son Elvis Are In Twinning Spirits
As many might know, the “Bullets Over Broadway” star is overcoming the tragic loss of her husband and father of her child, Nick Cordero, who passed away due to Covid-19-related complications in 2020.
Despite the tragedy, Kloots, now a single mom and an integral part of Elvis’ life, gets ample chances to spend plenty of quality time and capture precious moments with him. Both were recently in all smiles, and their twin ensemble called for it this time.
The dancer shared a sweet snap with her 740 thousand Instagram followers, showing Elvis and her in similar outfits— The twosome sported white two-piece apparel designed with smileys. While the little one donned an above-elbow-length shirt, his mother opted for a long-sleeve sweatshirt.
Set to the tune of “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, the picture also displayed the mother of one in white and black tennis shoes and the son in multi-colored sneakers. In addition, Kloots let her blond hair free-fall all over her shoulder with a middle part in place. The talk show host, who was giddy, wrote in her caption that they are “happy people,” followed by a smiling emoticon.
Reacting to the post, one fan wrote, “Shiny, happy people?? 😃 lol.” Another fan wrote, “Could you two be any cuter? Two peas in a pod[,] for sure! ❤️❤️❤️.” A third person commented, “This would make anyone smile 😊 😊.” “Can someone tag the outfits,,” a fourth user asked. A fifth commentator wrote, “Elvis is absolutely adorable. Love the outfits!”
Not only does the daytime talk show co-host feel “happy” ahead of her kid’s birthday, she was previously having difficulty holding it together. Per The Blast, the “Good Vibrations, Follies, Young Frankenstein” Broadway star penned an emotional and reflective message on her social media timeline, articulating how she would never stop doting on her baby boy.
The doting mama bear posted a solo shot that featured her holding the soon-to-be four-year-old close and smiling down at him as he slept. The mother-son duo covered themselves with a white blanket. Underneath the covers, onlookers could see the gray graphic shirt that the “The Talk” star had on.
The “Fit for Christmas” actress accompanied the sweet snap with a more delightful note: “This is us. Him and I, we’re a team forever. I’ll never forget the day when we took a three[-]hour nap in each other[‘]s arms knowing that we were now on this road just the two of us.”
“I cannot believe he’s almost four. I cannot believe what an amazing little boy he is,” she gushed before revealing that she cherished “our bond, our relationship, our love,” she continued.
“The Talk” co-host further pledged to “hold him, cuddle him, hug and kiss him any chance” she gets. Then she acknowledged, “It’s a privilege to be his mama. Always and forever, Elvis.”
The Talk Show Host Treated Elvis To His First Broadway Show
As the year goes by, fans have been thrilled to see how the “Live Your Life” co-author gives her child some sweet memories, particularly first-time ones. In March, The Blast briefed on how the “Dancing With the Stars” contestant took Elvis to his first Broadway show to watch the “The Lion King” stage performance. She shared updates from the fun experience on her Insta story.
The first video revealed the two before they went into the theater. Kloots asked if he was “excited to see the show,” He replied with a nod and a smile. The two sat in a vehicle in the following clip, but only the toddler was in view.
The fitness instructor asked, “You like it,” and the three-year-old responded, “Yeah.” Also, she quizzed him about his favorite part of the show, and he replied, “The Animals.”
Another reel post set to the tune of “Circle of Life” —The Lion King soundtrack —- showed the beautiful mom holding her son by the show’s entryway, with The Lion King emblem and motto above them.
Kloots slipped on a matching tan blazer and pants with black boots, while the pre-teen wore a grey knitted sweater with brown and white designs around its neck region. His top was paired with blue pants and black shoes. The upload was captioned, “Took Elvis to his 1st Broadway show today!! He loved it!”