Prince Harry Emma Watson: Is Hermione Granger Pulling A Grace Kelly On Prince Harry?
Feb 16, 2015 11:30 AM EST | By Victoria Guerra
Grace Kelly patented the story of the movie star turned into princess way back in the 50s, when the beautiful Oscar-winning actress retired from Hollywood life and married Prince Rainer of Monaco - but, if the rumors about Prince Harry and Emma Watson are true, is the world about to see a new version of this story?
Just as Kelly was at the time of her royal marriage, Watson is one of the most sought-after actresses in the world, known for her beauty and style - besides her recent pursuits in the field of gender equality. Now, she's making headlines for a whole other reason: the possibility of a Prince Harry and Emma Watson relationship.
Of course, the idea of Prince Harry and Emma Watson being together has news outlets around the world in a twist, as he's probably the most eligible bachelor in the entire United Kingdom, after his brother William married Kate Middleton in 2011.
According to New Zealand website Stuff, the supposed relationship between Prince Harry and Emma Watson began after she became single not long before Christmas, when the fourth in line of succession to the British throne (soon to be fifth, after the birth of his brother's second child) pulled his moves to get their mutual friends to introduce him to the "Harry Potter" actress.
The first to report the supposed pairing of Prince Harry and Emma Watson was website Woman's Day, when they reported that the royal, 30, was smitten with the 24 year-old actress and had asked her for drinks back in December - something that later turned into numerous secret dates, as the pair gets to know one another.
Harry has been a notorious bachelor for years, while Watson just broke up with British rugby player Matthew Janney.
The world will just have to wait and see for the next news about Prince Harry and Emma Watson!
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