Inside Harry Potter star Jessie Cave’s vibrant family home with podcast room and play areas

Harry Potter actress Jessie Cave recently gave birth to an adorable baby and announced his name as Becker Brown.

The 34 year old, who is best known for her role as Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter film series, shared an adorable snap to her 210,000 Instagram followers after welcoming the little one with her comedian partner.

And little Becker is baby number four for the couple, and they have a beautiful home in which to raise their family.

The home is filled with colour from maps on the walls to children's books and pictures.

And there's an amazing home schooling station with shelves piled high with kids notepads, textbooks and stationery, and the little ones have wooden chairs with their names on. Fairy lights give a cosy glow to the room too.

The 34 year old star also has a podcast studio in the open-plan house which has lovely family photos as the backdrop on a huge white shelving unit.

Elsewhere in the abode there are bunkbeds in the kids' rooms, and one area plays host to a utility room.

Moving through to the living room you'll find a large pink velvet sofa and pouffes with all the kids' names on.

After welcoming baby number four, Jessie penned to her followers: "Welcome Becker Brown. Thank you to UCLH. Thank you to the midwives Amy and Emi-Lou. Thank you to Alisson Becker."

Alfie also looked every inch the doting dad as he cradled the adorable baby who was bundled in a blanket and pink knitted hat.

It also appeared that the new parents have taken name inspiration from Brazilian footballer Alisson Becker, who is also the goalkeeper for Premier League club Liverpool, as they shared a snap of the player.

The parents, who also share son Donnie, seven, daughter Margot, five, and baby son Abraham, were inundated with comments from well-wishers on their Instagram.

One penned: "WELL DONE TEAM!!! gorgeous gorgeous, welcome Becker, can’t wait to meet you."

Another added: "Congrats guys on another beautiful tiny human."

It comes after Jessie revealed in March 2022 that she has been taken to hospital after feeling like she's been "hit by a tonne of bricks".

She wrote: "Anyone else had covid in 3rd trimester & had it hit them like a tonne of bricks for weeks?," followed by a mind blown emoji.

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