Fourth child for Harry Potter star Jessie Cave


“Harry Potter” star Jessie Cave became a mother for the fourth time a few weeks after a corona infection. The actress announces the birth of her son and shares the first photos.

Photo series with 40 pictures

Jessie Cave and her partner Alfie Brown are happy about the addition to their family. In an Instagram post, the 34-year-old actress announced the birth of their fourth child together. She also shared a photo of her breastfeeding the newborn and a picture of father Alfie lovingly hugging his youngest son.

As Cave reveals, the baby will be named Becker Brown. Apparently, the actress and her lover got inspiration from the Brazilian soccer player Alisson Becker, goalkeeper at Liverpool FC. Because she also published a snapshot of him in the series of pictures.

“Hell’s Birth, Heavenly Baby”

Meanwhile, Cave shows more footage from the hospital. She reveals that the birth was “hellish” but the baby was “heavenly”.

It was only at the beginning of March that the heavily pregnant Jessie Cave had to be hospitalized because of a corona infection. “Has anyone else had Covid in their third trimester and been hit like a ton of bricks for weeks?” she wrote on Instagram. A few days later she announced that she was doing better thanks to the vaccination.

“By the way, I’m pregnant again”

In December 2021, Cave announced her fourth pregnancy on Instagram. “By the way, I’m pregnant again,” she captioned a photo of her with her three older children. In 2014, Cave and Brown became parents to a son for the first time, followed by a daughter in 2016. Their second son was born in October 2020.

"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" from 2009: Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley alongside Jessie Cave as Lavender Brown (Credit: IMAGO / Everett Collection)2009’s Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley alongside Jessie Cave as Lavender Brown (Credit: IMAGO / Everett Collection)

Cave played Lavender Brown in 2009’s Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. She was also seen in the second part of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” in 2011.



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