Dazzling in white and one of the many magazine covers to come featuring the Harry Potter gang as they hit the publicity trail for the two final epic films, Emma Watson is radiant for Vogue UK’s December 2010 issue. Famed photographer Mario Testino is behind the lens to capture Emma’s graceful beauty for the holiday edition of the fashion bible.
The actress tells the mag she is “boring” and that she really didn’t understand how weathly she was until recently:
She was 17 or 18 when her father sat her down for the “money conversation”. Until then she had been living on an allowance of just £50 a week. “By the third or fourth film, the money was starting to get serious,” she said. “I had no idea. I felt sick, very emotional.”
Watson also refuses to read the net and tabloids and the negative nonsense it can bring to a person’s life:
“There’s tons that’s not very nice and I’m very, very self critical, so it was like a drug for me,” she said.
Emma continues to live her life in two distinct halves: one as a regular student on the Brown University campus in Rhode Island and the other as the fabulous movie star that jet sets between film premieres, talk shows and magazine photo shoots. She is grounded and stable and comes across as a thoughtful young woman who is making great choices for her future.
Emma is about to start work on My Week With Marilyn, costarring with Kenneth Branagh and Michelle Williams. Watson was thought to have been a part of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, with Logan Lerman however the actress seems to have dropped out of or never finalized a deal to star in that film.
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