Harry Potter star Jesse Cave’s boyfriend, Alfie Brown, rushes to baby son’s hospital and then hits Corona 19

Jessie Cave revealed that her boyfriend Alfie Brown had the coronavirus after her three-month-old son Tenn was rushing to the hospital with Bugs.

Harry Potter actress, famous for playing Ron Weasley’s interest in love in the film series, took the young boy to A&E after noticing the change in behavior. Luckily, he now feels “much better” and is recovering from the comfort of his home.

However, Jessie announced that Tenn’s father Alfie, 29, who is now “long delayed,” also had Covid-19 and is currently in containment.

At the Lorraine Show on January 12, she explained that she wanted to see her parents during Christmas so she went to the exam, but she was shocked to see her test positive without any symptoms.

Jessie Cave revealed that her boyfriend Alfie Brown had coronavirus.
Jessie Cave revealed that her boyfriend Alfie Brown had coronavirus.

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The actress explained that, as she said, her long-term boyfriend was also infected with the virus. “[Alfie] You are now infected with a virus. It’s just a weird delay.

“It’s a really strange disease and it’s completely affected our lives during this period because it affects everyone completely differently. Now I can’t imagine a normal day.

“He’s fine. He’s doing a lot better now. That didn’t affect me, it totally affected him.”

This is the second son of comedian Alfie Brown.
Alfie is now isolated.

Jessie, who recently shared a sweet snapshot of a boy wearing red framed sunglasses, said her baby Tenn “suddenly turned around” just two weeks after testing.

“I think it’s a newborn problem. You have to be so aware of all the symptoms and believe in your instincts,” she said.

“In one day he was changing a little, but he didn’t feed that much. His crying was different, he was like a different baby. I just went and went to A&E and I think that’s what everyone has. They make sudden and rapid changes so well. Be aware, it could have been a completely different story if we hadn’t been in.”

Jesse urged viewers to go to A&E if they suspected that their child had a problem.
Jesse urged viewers to go to A&E if they suspected that their child had a problem.

“Don’t wait, go ahead,” she added.

The TV star, who is also the mother of Donny (6 years old and 4 years old), explained that the stress of the ordeal had affected their entire lives while she continued. It’s so weak that everything can actually have really bad results.

“That’s why they took it so seriously. I think you have this immunity if you are breastfeeding, but that’s not true.

Jessie said their entire lives have changed as a result of the coronavirus.
Jessie said their entire lives have changed as a result of the coronavirus.

“Even my breastfeeding has been completely affected by this, just because the daily changes of two nights have affected us.

“Obviously the stress made the milk a little dry, so I had to give him formula.

“Our whole life has changed little by little,” she added.

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