It’s the Harry Potter real-life love story that everyone wants: the good girl of Gryffindor and the bad boy of Slytherin falling in love.
Well, Draco Malfoy actor Tom Felton has revealed that he and Emma Watson “are something” and that he “adores her” – so, does that mean they are together?
“We are something, if that makes any sense. We’ve been very close for a long time. I adore her,” Felton told Entertainment Tonight. “I think she’s fantastic. Hopefully she returns the compliment.”
Although it sounds like there is a love story in there, or at least a popular fanfiction somewhere on the internet, it doesn’t appear Tom has been slipped a love potion.
“As far as the romantic side of it, I think that’s a Slytherin/Gryffindor thing rather than a Tom and Emma thing,” he said.
“I absolutely think the world of her. I think to be a part of what we’ve all been a part of, but for her to be the only girl, certainly the youngest one on set, to grow up with what she had to grow up with was incredibly exciting. You’re going to get me teary now, but no, I think she’s a fantastic influence on the world.”
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He revealed it was only a few days ago that the pair chatted, and he keeps in regular contact with the rest of his Potter castmates.
“We do stay in touch, quite frequently,” he added. “It is nice that we’re in sort of four different corners of the earth and yet when we catch up, it feels like yesterday that this was all going on.”
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