‘Harry Potter’ actress Jessie Cave says her child has Covid-19

'Harry Potter' actress Jessie Cave says her child has Covid-19

“Harry Potter” actress Jessie Cave has told fans her baby boy has contracted Covid-19.

Cave, who played Lavender Brown within the movie franchise, posted a picture on Instagram on Tuesday of her baby in a hospital room, alongside a laptop playing UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s speech announcing a new lockdown in England.
“I watched the information about lockdown from an isolated room within the hospital. The poor child is covid positive,” Cave wrote.

“He’s okay and doing well however they’re being vigilant and cautious, fortunately. This strain is super highly effective and contagious so I do hope that folks take additional care in the coming weeks,” the 33-year-old added.

The actress and comic played Hogwarts scholar Brown in the last three “Harry Potter” movies and extra lately appeared within the TV collection “Trollied.”
She gave birth to her third baby in October and wrote on Instagram that the delivery was “excessive” and that the kid was positioned within the neonatal unit following his arrival.

“Actually did not want to be back in a hospital so quickly after his traumatic delivery,” Cave wrote in her Instagram post on Tuesday.

On Monday, Johnson introduced England’s third lockdown as Covid-19 cases mount within the nation. The new variant of coronavirus, first identified within the UK, is understood to be more transmissible and has prompted quite a few countries to shut their borders to travelers from the country.