In words that are sure to delight many Harry Potter fans, Watson revealed that she does, in fact, approach both Radcliffe and Grint on a regular basis. Grint, according to the entertainer, enjoys sending her images of his baby girl, Wednesday, who was born in the year 2020. Watson also revealed that she and Radcliffe often share notes when one of them requires daily reassurance or wants their “nerves” calmed. She also stated that the stars were grateful for each other’s assistance, particularly considering the restored fervent Harry Potter fandom as a result of the gathering’s delivery, as the three actors are not very enamoured with public attention.
Watson’s response is one that many fans need to hear, and it’s especially encouraging to see how well the three Harry Potter co-stars get along. After two harrowing years, it will undoubtedly console hearts to learn that these friendships have persisted beyond the iconic series that so many people grew up with. If anything good comes out of Watson and the gathering, regardless of how bad things look to be, Harry Potter will always be there, ready to welcome fans back to Hogwarts, and evidently its stars feel the same way.
During a meeting to discuss the forthcoming Harry Potter film, Watson was asked about her current relationship with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Ron Weasley (Ron Weasley), as well as whether they had a “bunch talk.” Watson discovered that the three do communicate, but that they do it “independently” rather than through a group message. Grint and Radcliffe both dislike WhatsApp, according to Watson, and the three former co-stars will generally shun hardware that hasn’t helped them with their “to and fro.”
Read Watson’s full statement: “The two of them disdain WhatsApp and their telephones overall. As a matter of fact, as a three, we genuinely attempt and remain off gadgets so that doesn’t help for a huge measure of to and fro. We aren’t on a gathering talk yet we talk independently. Rupert sends me pictures of [his daughter] Wednesday and I pass on. Dan and I for the most part attempt and quiet each other’s nerves. We both basically attempt and avoid the spotlight so it’s been great to have each other’s help, realizing there would have been one more influx of consideration coming.”
Emma Watson, who played Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, has recently opened out about her connection with her co-stars after the last film was released in 2011. As many fans are aware, the twentieth anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was recently commemorated with a massive gathering dubbed Harry Potter 2oth Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts and broadcast on HBO Max. The event featured a large number of the films’ stars, including lead triplet Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, and Rupert Grint, as well as each of the series’ directors. Everyone returned to recount their Harry Potter memories and unearthed a slew of behind-the-scenes details.