Emma and Tom are frequently seen together reuniting or sharing photos on their respective Instagram accounts with sly captions from each other. Here’s one of them:
According to a source who is close to the actor, “Tom’s a great-looking guy with a good personality. But he’s struggled to find someone to connect with.”
“Being an actor can be a hard life with traveling and being away for extended periods of time, so he’s looking for someone who gets that lifestyle.”
They also added: “He also needs someone who understands what it’s like to be in the spotlight.”
Last year, after Rupert Grint said he had seen sparks between the couple, romantic speculation engulfed Tom and Emma Watson (the great Hermione).
He told Entertainment Tonight when asked whether he will ever see Emma and Tom together: “Yeah I could. ‘There was always something. There was a little bit of a spark. But we were kids. It was like any kind of playground romance.”
“It was like any kind of playground romance, yeah. I didn’t have any sparks. I was spark-free.”
“Yeah, I could [see them together]. There was always something. There was a little bit of a spark. I don’t want to start anything. No, not really [no one dated on set].”
Tom Felton joins dating app
Tom Felton has dismissed speculation that he’s dating co-star, Emma Watson.
Apparently, the star is ‘in a bid to find love’. He is using the Raya app (an app incredibly popular with celebrities). Is he searching for love after being linked with the actress?
What Is Emma’s Take on this?
She had confessed to liking her co-star when she was younger.
Emma stated, “Between the ages of 10 and 12 I had a really terrible crush on Tom Felton.”
“We love a bad guy, and he was a few years older and he had a skateboard and that just did it really. He used to do tricks on it. He totally knew [I had a crush]. And the thing is, he’d turn and go, ‘Oh, I see her in a younger sisterly way.’ And it just broke my heart, still does.”
But, Emma clarified in November last year that she is happily single. She clarified: “It took me a long time, but I’m very happy. I call it being self-partnered.”