Throughout her early career Emma Watson had been given a weekly allowance of about $75. Emma told Vogue: ‘By the third or fourth film, the money was starting to get serious. I had no idea. I felt sick, very emotional.’ Emma revealed to The Sun: ‘I wished I’d done more naughty things. Three months ago I cut my hair and at that moment I felt I became a woman. I’m ready to start taking risks..
I’ve been in love once in my life, but it was complicated. I can’t tell you who it was because it wouldn’t be fair to any others. But I can say I’ve never had my heart broken.’ I like men with quick wit, good conversation and a great sense of humour. I love banter. I want a man to like me for me, I want him to be..
authentic. But men don’t really ask me out. And I don’t get marriage proposals any more either. It’s not happening there! Both nations are attractive in different ways. In terms of men I fancy, I think the actor James Franco is gorgeous. But I find it odd to be described as a sex symbol myself. I mean, really? But of course it’s flattering. At the moment I’m just happy to be single.
I want to live life to the full. But I’m more grown up and confident now. I’m ready to take more risks. I feel less girlish than ever.’ On Brown University: ‘My best friend at Brown has never seen a Harry Potter movie or read the books. And one guy I dated didn’t know anything about the films, much less that I was one of the
..stars, which I found hilarious. Being at Brown has totally taken me out of my comfort zone. I’m so proud that I went to a different country to study and really spread my wings.’ On George Craig: ‘George and I were only ever friends. But he’s fantastic. We went to Glastonbury. While I don’t really drink, I’m always first on the dancefloor. I drag everyone up there.’