Jamie Foxx is feeling the love of his fans.
On Wednesday, three weeks after her family announced that she had been hospitalized for a medical complication, the 55-year-old Oscar-winning actress wrote on Instagram: “Appreciate all the love!!! Feeling blessed.”
On her Instagram Story, she also gave Nick Cannon a shout-out for fulfilling her hosting duties for next season. Beat Shazam: “I appreciate you son @nickcannon. See you soon.”
Daughter Corinne shared her father’s post on her Instagram Story, “Thanks for the love!”
On April 12, Corinne, 29, announced on Instagram that her father had “had a medical complication” the day before. She was in Atlanta for the filming of the Netflix movie she. Back to ActionDirected by Foxx’s and starring Cameron Diaz and Glenn Close Scary Bosses director Seth Gordon.
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Corinne shared that Foxx was “on track to recover” at that point “due to quick action and great care” at the time. The Foxx family also thanked their fans for their prayers while giving that update.
A source later told PEOPLE on April 21 that the player’s health continues to improve. “He is fine, thank God,” the source said at the time. “He’s still in the hospital and the doctors are doing tests, but he’s awake and alert. They’re keeping him under observation.”
Multiple sources told PEOPLE that Foxx was continually improving while she was trying to recover at a medical facility in Georgia.
Production of the Netflix movie resumed soon after. He was last seen filming on April 10. A stuntman replaced Foxx as he was hospitalized, and a second person served as his photo stunt.