Actress Olga Kurylenko, famous for her role in Quantum Of Solace, has announced that she made a complete recovery after being struck by COVID-19.
The 40-year-old Ukrainian-born French actress made the announcement on Sunday through her Instagram account. She broke down details surrounding her illness and finally shared that she was had recovered from the coronavirus infection, Daily Mail reported.
Time to reflect and be with her son
Along with a picture with her four-year-old son Alexander Max Horatio while wearing a mask, Kurylenko opened up about how she is now using her time to "reflect" and spend quality time with her son.
"Happy Mother's Day! #mothersday P.S. I have completely recovered. To recapitulate: For one week I felt pretty bad and was mostly in bed, sleeping, with high fever and strong headache," she said.
"The second week, the fever was gone but some light cough appeared and I felt very tired. By the end of the second week I felt totally fine. Cough is almost gone although I still cough in the mornings but then it completely goes away for the day! 'I'm fine! And now I'm just enjoying this time to reflect on many things and spend my time with my son," added the London-based former Bond star.
Gave her fans an update on Wednesday
Previously, Kurylenko revealed she was "feeling better" three days after announcing she had tested positive for coronavirus. The star took to Instagram on Wednesday last week to give her followers an update on her health, sharing that her "fever has gone".
Alongside a picture of herself wearing a green medical mask and a collection of vitamin bottles, she wrote: 'Hello everyone! I'm feeling better today. My fever is gone! I hear people can't figure out where I currently am. I'm in London! How do I know it's coronavirus and not just a flu? I did a test for coronavirus which came back positive. What are the medicines that doctors prescribed as treatment? NONE! "I was told to take paracetamol in case my fever was too high and if I was in too much pain. However, I do take vitamins and supplements."
(With inputs from agencies)