Harry Potter’s Jessie Cave seen with baby son for first time since he beat coronavirus

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Jessie Cave has been seen with her three-month-old son for the first time since he was released from hospital after fighting coronavirus.

The Harry Potter star shared a clip on Instagram of her holding Abraham in a sling as she told fans she was taking him to the doctors.

Jessie, who played Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter, said: "We're out the house. Oh my god! This is outside hun. This is what the world looks like. It feels so wrong to be outside, doesn't it?"

"This isn't a pleasant outdoor trip, still it's nice to be outside and he's not sleeping for the first time ever in his baby carrier, isn't that amazing?"

Jessie who is famed for playing Ron Weasley's love interest in the film series, took her little boy into A&E after noticing a change in his behaviour.

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Since his release the youngster has been looked after at home by Jessie.

Jessie first tested positive for the virus without displaying symptoms after visiting her parents over Christmas.

Speaking about his ordeal on Lorraine last week, Jessie said that just two weeks after the test, her baby "just suddenly turned".

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"I think that's the thing with newborns, you just have to be so hyperaware of every single symptom and trust your instincts.

"Within a day he was just kind of changing a little bit, he wasn't feeding as much. His cry was different, it was like a different baby. I just went for it, went into A&E and I think that's what everyone has to do. They just have to be so aware of a sudden, quick change. It could have been a completely different story if we hadn't gone in."

Jessie also announced that her son's father Alfie, 29, also caught Covid-19.

She said: "[Alfie] has now got the virus. It's just a weird delay.

"It's such a strange illness and it affects everyone completely differently and so it's completely affected our lives over this period of time, I can't really imagine a normal day now.

"He is OK, he's doing much better now, it's just bizarre how it didn't affect me and it's completely affected him."

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