‘Harry Potter’ actress Jessie Cave treated ‘differently’ on set after putting on weight
Hollywood actress Jessie Cave, best known for playing Ron Weasley’s (Rupert Grint) girlfriend Lavender Brown in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” recently explained that she was treated “differently” on the trays after gaining weight during “Deathly Hallows”. parts 1 and 2.
Speaking to The Independent, Jessie said she gained weight after filming “Half Blood Prince”, but when she returned for subsequent films she was treated as a “different species” on set. .
Calling her experience ‘horrible,’ Jessie added, ‘It was probably more me and my insecurity, knowing that I didn’t have my jeans size, but it wasn’t a time when actresses were taller. than a size eight. It was a really uncomfortable experience. “
“I definitely felt invisible when I put on a little bit of weight,” Cave said.
She further mentioned that since then it has caused her to have “weird weight and work problems”.
“It’s so fucked up, but it’s like it. Women have to deal with this all the time,” Jessie said.
Earlier this year, Cave revealed that her baby boy tested positive for COVID-19.
“I watched the lockdown news from an isolated room in the hospital. The poor baby is positive for COVID. He is fine and doing well but they are vigilant and cautious thankfully. This strain is super potent and contagious, so hopefully people take more care of it in the coming weeks, ”Cave wrote.
The actor, who welcomed his third child with musician boyfriend Alfie Brown in October 2020, said she didn’t want to be back in hospital “so soon after her traumatic birth.” The baby was placed in the neonatal unit shortly after arrival.
Cave then thanked the National Health Service (NHS), the UK’s public health system, for its efforts amid the pandemic.
“Once again, I am in awe of nurses and doctors,” she said.