Jessie Cave’s two-month-old son Tenn, a Harry Potter star, was hospitalized with Covid, she reported in a moving Instagram message.
“Jessie, 33, shared a picture of her baby son in a hospital cot, and wrote: “I watched the news about lockdown from an isolated hospital room. Poor baby is positive for covid. He’s all right and doing well, but luckily, they’re careful and cautious.
This strain is super strong and infectious, so I hope that in the coming weeks, people can take special care. I just didn’t want this to be the beginning of the new year for my family. He just didn’t want to be back too soon after his traumatic birth in the hospital.
Jessie went on to applaud the NHS staff who supported her son, writing: “I’m in awe of nurses and doctors once again. It makes me much more proud of my brother, a&e doctor @pondermed, and my father, GP king @davidlloyd73……”
Please wish your baby a fast recovery. He’s 9lbs 7 now so he’s a stronger and bigger boy than he was when we were last in a hospital room (and with louder more intense cries the needle went into his hand.) Love and best wishes to all #nhsheroes #nhs.
Jessie also posted a picture of baby Teen lying in his hospital cot on his forehead while surrounded by a variety of pillows and blankets.
As several of her showbiz pals rushed to give her their best wishes for baby Tenn, she was soon inundated with feedback from her friends and fans.
On October 21, Jessie, who played Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter franchise, gave birth to her third child, with the little boy born just 40 minutes after her water broke.
The actress revealed he had been born safely after a “terrifying” birth, which had seen him be rushed into intensive care for immediate treatment.