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Emma Watson calls ‘Harry Potter’ costar Tom Felton her ‘soulmate’ in preface to memoir

There is something magical about the relationship between Emma Watson and Tom Felton. More than 20 years after they met on the set of Harry Potter franchise, there was still no one more fitting than Watson to write the foreword to Felton’s forthcoming memoir Beyond the Wand: The Magic and Chaos of a Sorcerer’s Growth.

Although the book won’t be available until October 12, a representative from Grand Central Publishing confirmed the news to Charm after Watson’s four-page post was shared by a fan account earlier this week. “You know that person in your life who makes you feel seen? This person who is somehow a witness to everything that is happening? That person who knows—really knows what’s happening to you and what you’re going through without having to say anything? Watson began. “To me, that person is Tom Felton.”

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While most of Harry Potter fandom is well aware of Watson’s former crush on Felton – Watson describes his nine-year-old self as “lunar and probably rather boring” – the philanthropist promises further examination of their relationship in his memoir. Although Watson says their friendship “didn’t start well,” she now calls Felton her “soul mate.”

“Like Tom, I always struggle to explain to people the nature of our connection and our relationship,” Watson wrote. “For over twenty years now, we’ve loved each other in a special way, and I’ve lost count of the times people have said to me, ‘You must have kissed drunk, just once!’ “You must have kissed! ‘There must be something!’ But what we have is much deeper than that. It’s one of the purest loves I can think of. We’re kindred spirits and we’ve always had each other’s back. I know we always will. makes you emotional to think about it. you emotional? Just wait for Dramione shippers to get a load of it!

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