Harry Potter star Jessie Cave announces she's expecting fourth child

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  • Jessie Cave
    British actress
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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Jessie Cave is expecting baby number four with partner Alfie Brown.

The British actress, who played Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter franchise, announced her pregnancy on Instagram yesterday (December 3).

The now comedian and cartoonist posted a picture of her baby bump in the mirror, alongside the caption: "Can't hide this new baby anymore".

In the picture, Jessie can be seen posing sideways to reveal the growing baby bump, as sister Bebe Cave, captures the moment in the bathroom.

Jessie and Alfie, who have been dating for seven years, already share seven-year-old Donnie, Margot, who is four, and Abraham, 14 months. And judging by the picture, the 34-year-old is looking forward to motherhood all over again.

The happy news comes after the couple welcomed their latest arrival in October of 2020 after a "traumatic" delivery that left him in the neonatal unit. After being discharged, he later tested positive for COVID-19.

Appearing on ITV's Lorraine at the time following recovery, Jessie said: "It's the most contagious thing. I was completely symptomless so it's bizarre.

"He was completely fine, almost two weeks later, he suddenly turned. With newborns, you have to be so hyper-aware of every single symptom," she added.

Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

In July of this year, Jessie revealed how she grappled with body image on the set of Harry Potter.

"I gained a lot of weight after doing Harry Potter," she recounted. "I wasn't starving myself. I was growing up and people tend to gain weight as they get older. That's just what happens. So I did.

"And so going back to the last film[s], I was treated like a different species… Since then, it's definitely made me have weird issues with weight and work. And it's just so f**ked up, but it's just how it is," Jessie added.

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