The "Great Gatsby" actress announced on social media that her adopted daughter, Quincy Farrow, had no choice but to seek care at a hospital after contracting the novel coronavirus at age 26.
"A personal request. If you would be so kind, would you please send up a prayer for my daughter Quincy. Today she had no alternative but to go to the hospital for help in her struggle against the coronavirus," Mia, 75, wrote on Twitter.
A personal request. If you would be so kind, would you please send up a prayer for my daughter Quincy. Today she had no alternative but to go the hospital for help in her struggle against the coronavirus.151KTwitter Ads info and privacy22.5K people are talking about this
Mia reportedly adopted Quincy, born Kaeli-Shea, in 1994 when she was just one year old.
Quincy and Mia appear to be as close as ever, with the 75-year-old mother often sharing photos of Quincy and her milestone moments on her social media accounts.
Just last week, Mia shared a throwback photo in honor of Quincy's wedding anniversary with husband, Ethan.
"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," Mia wrote on April 4.
Last month, the proud mother shared a sweet photo of Quincy's daughter and her granddaughter, Coretta.
"Coretta, sheltering in place," she captioned the Instagram pic.
Mia Farrow (R) and daughter Quincy Farrow attend the 2011 Marian Anderson award gala honoring Mia Farrow at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts on May 10, 2011. (Getty)
In 2011, Quincy joined Mia at the Marian Anderson Awards gala held in Philadelphia, Pa., where the actress and human rights activist was honored with the award that honors artists whose leadership benefits humanity.
Earlier this week, Mia shared an adorable video of her three-year-old granddaughter, Evangeline, who described the coronavirus in her own words.
"A very bad germ has another germ inside and we don't wanna catch it. So that why everyone is staying home without going to school," Farrow's grandchild said.