After starring in two dozen movies, actress Emma Watson has decided to take a break. This has been confirmed by her manager , who has explained that the 30-year-old girl is going to spend an "inactive" period.
This hibernation stage has already begun, according to the British media The Daily Mail , which has had access to the Actress agents. The reason, as they indicate, is that the interpreter, known for playing Hermione Granger in the eight films of the Harry Potter saga, is going through a moment when she wants to focus on her personal life and, specifically, on her partner, Leo Robinton.
“Emma has decided to go underground, she is settling with Leo. They both prefer to keep hidden. She probably wants to start a family ”, is the phrase that the British tabloid reproduces from sources that, it says, are from the actress's environment. The agent has confirmed to the newspaper that his career is "on hiatus" and that "right now he is not going to get involved in new projects."
Watson and Robinton have been dating for about a year and a half , and their relationship became known when they were seen kissing in London in the fall of 2019. Leo Robinton, who is the same age as the British actress, is American and runs a small business in California, something he started after working in a legal cannabis sales and distribution shop. A source from his environment then said: “Emma and Leo have done everything in their power to keep their relationship private. Since the photos of the two kissing came out, Leo has left all social networks in an attempt to protect their relationship. ”
Over a decade ago, at the height of her popularity as the young witch of the Harry Potter universe, Watson has already took a pause from the performance. In 2008, at just 18 years old, he was finishing the filming of the last film in the saga and announced that he was going to stop, especially because of his intention to go to University. "I'm going to face a difficult battle because when Harry Potter finishes, I don't know … I definitely want to go to university," he told the British newspaper The Times at the time . “I have enough things to hold onto away from the world of fame: a supportive family and a full life away from Harry Potter . I don't think I'll ever be a part of anything as big as that again, so I need to get used to the feeling that it's over. What I am sure of is that I am not going to take a job in the cinema just because I am not doing anything else. " The withdrawal was only partial and two years later he returned to the sets to shoot My Week with Marilyn and, shortly after, one of his greatest successes in this adult stage, The Advantages of being an outcast .