As a result of the information that was provided in Tom Felton’s memoir, a number of admirers now have even more doubts regarding his connection with Emma Watson.
Felton went into additional detail about his relationship with his co-star in the Harry Potter films in a recent interview with Access Hollywood. According to what he said with Kit Hoover of Access Hollywood, “Emma and I have always been very devoted to each other, but it didn’t start out that way.” When we first met, she was nine years old and I was 12 years old. And I believe that by the time I was 25, I had the arrogance of an arrogant teenager. But, yes, we’ve been close friends for our entire lives, and she was extremely supportive of me continuing to write these memories down in order to compile them into a book.
In his book “Beyond the Wand: The Magic and Mayhem of Growing Up a Wizard,” Felton delves further into their tumultuous beginnings as well as their eventual close friendship. According to the Daily Mail, he included the following in his letter: “I’ve always had a secret love for Emma, though not necessarily in the sense that people might like to hear.” That is not to suggest, however, that there has never been a spark between the two of us. There most certainly has been, but at numerous different occasions.
While Watson has been upfront about her past crush on Felton, the actor who plays Draco Malfoy has spent his entire career putting an end to rumors about the couple’s romantic involvement. He did so when he was just 15 years old. “There were whispers going around that there was more going on in our relationship than the two of us were letting on,” she said. I vehemently denied that I had such feelings for her, but the reality was far different,” Felton wrote. “When I told my girlfriend at the time that there was something unsaid between us, she knew right once what it was. I’m sure I said something along the lines of “I love her like a sister” at some point. However, there was more to the story than just that.
He went on to say, “I don’t think I was ever in love with Emma, but I loved and valued her as an individual in a manner that I’d never articulate to anybody else… I’m not sure if I was ever in love with you, Emma.” We were kindred spirits. I have no doubt that Emma will always have my support, just as I am certain that she will always have hers.”
During the interview with Access Hollywood, Hoover inquired as to whether or not the parties had ever agreed to keep their friendship purely platonic. “No, absolutely not. None of us had that deal,” Felton stated of the entire cast. There was obvious potential for romance, but no one took advantage of it to the best of my knowledge.”
Emma Watson referred to Tom Felton as her “soulmate” in the foreword that she wrote for his memoir.
“For almost twenty years now, we’ve loved each other in a unique way, and it’s been wonderful “She authored some of the letter. “People have remarked to me so many times that I have lost count of how many times they have said, “You must have made out drunk, only once!” ‘You must have kissed!’ “There is bound to be something!” But the issue that we face goes much more than that. One of the purest forms of love that comes to mind is this. We’ve known one other forever, and we’ve always looked out for each other’s best interests. I have no doubt that we always will.