Mia Farrow says her daughter is on the mend following her hospitalization after contracting the novel coronavirus.
On Monday, Farrow, 75, gave her fans an update on how her youngest daughter Quincy, born Kaeli-Shea, was doing after revealing last week that she was sent to the hospital after falling ill from the virus.
“Every day my daughter grows stronger. Thank you again with all my heart for your good wishes and your prayers,” the Rosemary’s Baby actress wrote on Twitter.
Fans and friends of Farrow’s fans were happy to hear the good news, sending well wishes to her and her daughter.
“Thank God she’s getting through this,” tweeted Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall. “Thinking of you both ❤️”
The Great Gatsby star first announced that Quincy was hospitalized on Friday, asking her fans and friends for their prayers.
“A personal request. If you would be so kind, would you please send up a prayer for my daughter Quincy,” Farrow tweeted. “Today she had no alternative but to go the hospital for help in her struggle against the coronavirus.”
Quincy, 26, was adopted by Farrow in 1994 when she was a year old, her older brother Ronan said in a 2013 Vanity Fair article. At the time, Quincy was 19 and in college studying to be an aid worker, the outlet reported.
Quincy has since gotten married and has a young daughter named Coretta with husband Ethan. Her mother frequently shares snapshots of Quincy and her family on her Instagram account.
Just days before revealing Quincy’s hospitalization, Farrow had shared a throwback photo from her wedding day, writing, “The day my youngest daughter, Quincy married wonderful Ethan. A year later their baby Coretta came along.❤️ Happiest memories rolling by from home in lockdown.”
Quincy has also supported her sister Dylan by signing a statement in 2018 in which seven of Dylan’s siblings, including Quincy, supported her allegation of abuse by Woody Allen — an allegation he has repeatedly denied.
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