Television star Julia Louis-Dreyfus' son Henry says he appreciated the immense support his mother has received following the announcement of her breast cancer diagnosis this week.
Taking to Twitter, Henry shared a throwback photo of him and Julia, along with the caption: "I couldn't be more thankful for the outpouring of support for my mom yesterday. Here's a picture of us taken last year. Love to you all".
Julia, 56, retweeted the post, along with her own message reading: "I'm thankful, too. And also thankful for my dear boy with good manners".
I'm thankful, too. And also thankful for my dear boy with good manners. https://t.co/l8qH7Sgwvj— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) September 29, 2017
Other celebrities and fans alike have also taken to social media to send the Veep star their well wishes, urging her to stay strong during her impending battle.
Just when you thought... pic.twitter.com/SbtYChwiEj— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) September 28, 2017
The overwhelming sentiment appeared to be one of hope, with many fans announcing that if anyone in Hollywood could beat cancer it was Julia.
Former First Lady Hillary Clinton led the celebrity well-wishes, tweeting to the actress and letting her know that she was "in her thoughts":
Julia, you're in our thoughts and our hearts. Inspired but not surprised to see you using your platform for good in this difficult moment.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 28, 2017
Julia's Veep co-star Tony Hale sent a simple message via Twitter, announcing that "we love this woman":
Fellow actress and breast cancer survivior Christina Applegate also reached out to the star urging her to get in touch:
Mama, find me. Let's talk if you want— christina applegate (@1capplegate) September 28, 2017
While sitcom star Debra Messing also reached out to Julia:
J sending all my healing energy your way. You are incredible to use this moment as an opportunity to support others. Thank you. Much love xd https://t.co/okgfVDUeAW— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) September 28, 2017
Fans meanwhile flooded Twitter with their messages of love and support and total conviction that the Seinfeld star would beat the disease.
We're all rooting for the brilliant, unparalleled Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Get well soon. Give cancer the Little Kicks. 👊 pic.twitter.com/Jepnseotuv— Kevin (@Kevin_Agee) September 28, 2017
I have literally never been less concerned about someone beating cancer than I am Julia Louis Dreyfus pic.twitter.com/M6GXp2KTcP— Chandler (@ChndlrVlndr) September 28, 2017
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is an incredible person— Keith Starmzy (@angrysigh) September 28, 2017
A spokesperson for HBO told the Hollywood Reporter that the actress “received her diagnosis the day after the Emmys”.