Jessie Cave, the famous Lavender Brown from "Harry Potter", tells on Instagram the difficult moment she is going through
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Jessie Cave, star of Harry Potter, has decided to tell on Instagram the difficult moment she is experiencing: her two-month-old son was hospitalized because he tested positive for Covid-19. The British actress, who played Lavender Brown in the films starring the famous wizard, wanted to share her thoughts on Instagram.
The 33-year-old artist posted on her profile a shot of her son Tenn in a hospital room. The little one was infected, as she herself says, by the English variant of the virus. For this he is in isolation and the doctors are very cautious about his health conditions, even if he is improving. "Luckily she is fine – explained Jessie Cave – but this strain is super potent and contagious, so I hope people pay special attention in the coming weeks (…) I really didn't want this to be the start of the new year for my family – he added, also referring to the difficulties of childbirth -. I really didn't want to go back to the hospital so soon, after his birth was so traumatic. "
On 21 October, the English actress gave birth to her son, who was born prematurely. The baby was immediately transported to intensive care and discharged after six days. For Jessie this is the third child after Donnie and Margot, the fruit of love for the comedian Alfie Brown. Coming to success thanks to Harry Potter, the Cave comes from a very illustrious and well-known family in England. The actress is in fact the granddaughter of Sir Charles Philip Haddon-Cave, Hong Kong's financial secretary. She made her television debut with the Summerhill series, reaching fame thanks to the role of Lavender Brown in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. She later starred in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson. He also starred in Inkheart – The Legend of the Ink Heart, Great Expectations, Pride and in The Tale of Tales by director Matteo Garrone.