Harry Potter actress Jessie Cave is pregnant with her fourth child.
The 34-year-old actress dropped her baby news in an Instagram post.
The baby bombshell comes just 14 months after she welcomed her third child - one-year-old son Abraham Benjamin - last October.
In the post, she revealed; "Can’t hide this new baby anymore." - alongside a series of mirror selfies, showing off her bump.
Jessie is already mum to 13-month old Abraham, son Donnie, six, and daughter Margot, four - with her partner, comedian Alfie Brown, Mirror Online reports.
The actress who played Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter film series was showered with congratulations messages from fans as well as famous friends.
Fellow Harry Potter star David Thewlis gushed: "Congratulations Jessie! What a year you’re having x."
Meanwhile, pop star Paloma Faith penned: "Oh wow congratulations! Big family."
Jessie's announcement comes after the traumatic events shortly after baby Abraham was born.
The newborn stayed in neonatal intensive care before being allowed home, but just a few short weeks after he was given the all clear, he then tested positive for Covid.
Speaking to ITV's Lorraine about her experiences, Jessie said; "The thing about newborns is you have to be so hyper aware of every symptom and just to trust your instincts.
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"Within a day of realising he was just kind of changing a little bit, he wasn't feeding as much and his cry was different, it was like a different baby.
"I just went for it and I went into A&E, I think that’s what everyone has to do, they have to be aware of a sudden quick change, because it could have been a completely different story if I hadn't gone in."
Thankfully Abraham has made a full recovery.
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