Jessie Cave shared a lovely photo of baby Abraham in fear of Covid-19.
Best known for playing her role as Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter film, the 33-year-old has posted sweet snapshots with 165,000 followers on her Instagram feed.
The photo shows a 3-month-old baby wearing an elephant-patterned baby growth phase and smiling towards the camera with oversized red-framed sunglasses. In the caption, Jessie simply put in a red heart emoji.
Fans flock to the comments section to convey her little joy, as one wrote “too cute.” [sic]
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Another said “Ily Jessie so cute.” [sic] As a third agreed, “CUTE” with a heart-eyed emoji and a red heart emoji, followed by a crying emoji and four black heart emojis.
A quarter added that Jesse and her baby recently visited the hospital, saying, “I hope your baby will be okay.” [sic] With red heart emoji, kiss emoji, pink heart emoji.
The comedian also posted a sweet photo of her four-year-old daughter Margot, hugging her little brother in a pink jumper and striped baby-glow.
Jesse revealed that the young boy was discharged from the hospital on January 7 in a rush to the Covid-19 hospital.
Jessie revealed that he had the virus on Monday, January 4th and wasn’t sure how long he would be away.
But now he is at home. She was grateful to the NHS heroes who kept him safe. She wrote: “The baby is at home now. Thank you for all the good wishes and support messages. Keep everyone safe. Get amazing care from everyone at Chelsea & Westminster.”
Jessie had a third child, a son, with her husband Alfie Brown in October.
After the positive announcement, fans quickly shared her joy.
“What a relief!” One wrote.
Another said, “They may be small, but they’re determined to be small. I’m glad to be at home and doing well.”
On Monday, the actress worried her fans with the update.
Jesse delivered news of concern to fans as Prime Minister Boris Johnson posted a picture of a young boy in the ward speaking nationwide on a laptop screen.
Porterstar posted that “I saw news that it was closed in an isolated room in the hospital.
“Poor baby is nose bead positive. He’s okay and gets along well, but he’s cautious and cautious. Thankfully, this tension is very potent and contagious, so I hope people will pay more attention in the coming weeks.”
“I really didn’t want this to be the beginning of the new year for my family. I didn’t really want to go back to the hospital right after he was born of trauma. Once again I’m in awe of nurses and doctors.”