Emma Watson, who we all grew up admiring as the precocious Hermione Granger in the “Harry Potter” movies, could be dating a Harry in real life.
To be exact, Prince Harry of Wales, the bad-boy with ginger hair that is fourth in line to be King of England.
This is what dreams are made of.
The buzz has exploded all over the internet and social media.
Prince Harry has been infamous in the news for living up the party scene and even wearing a Nazi uniform to a costume party. Prince Harry has come a long way, but still retains his irresistible rebel charm.
Watson is the epitome of English grace. She has blossomed from her roles in the “Potter” movies and became a starlet and fashion icon in her own right. The late Princess Diana, Prince Harry’s mother, would approve.
Maybe Watson could reel in Harry’s reckless behavior?
Okay, maybe no one wants him to be the perfect gentleman, but the pair could complement each other and be the next
24-year-old Watson is a United Nations Women Global Ambassador. Watson is a college educated girl, she stuck it out, in an age where most models and actresses skip school to be discovered. Watson graduated with a degree in English literature from Brown University last May.
The 30-year-old red-headed prince has most recently dated model Cressida Bonas. The two split up during the spring of 2014.
England, castles, glistening jewels, scandals and history will always have a place in my heart.
In 3rd grade, my class was asked to dress up as a historical figures and read biographies for a presentation. In a group filled with Wayne Gretsky’s and George Washington’s, I chose Princess Diana.
I followed Kate Middleton and Prince William’s engagement and wedding.
I was excited that a commoner became a princess- albeit a wealthy one with connections that was able to afford schooling in Scotland with the prince.
The wedding was exquisite.
After reading books and looking up pictures of Diana’s wedding, and even visiting the Constitution Center’s exhibit on Princess Diana, seeing a royal wedding on TV was very exciting.
Yet, royal weddings and happy weddings are not synonymous.
Princess Diana was forced into the limelight and dealt with crippling pressure in the royal family and relationship issues.
Although Princess Diana died tragically in a car crash in 1997, she was named “The Queen of People’s Hearts.”
Princess Diana was an incredible humanitarian and advocate, especially for those suffering from AIDS.
Watson is an advocate that uses her celebrity for the greater good, which is refreshing to see.
As regal and beautiful as Kate and William are, we need someone who can shake up the monarchy.
Watson recently denied the rumors on Twitter.
Although this is depressing news, it is ridiculous how rumors spread on the internet like wildfire (and how excited readers like myself can get.)
After denying the rumors, the eternally-poised Watson stated that “marrying a Prince is not a prerequisite for being a Princess.”
Yes, Emma Watson; every girl is a princess! Girls and women everywhere should embrace their inner princess.
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