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11 Amazing Bodies of Emma Watson and Friends

Here are their wellness tips.

Check out the personal lives and unique habits of Emma Watson and her famous friends, offering a glimpse into their routines and philosophies. From Watson's passion for cooking Mexican dishes to Daniel Radcliffe's motivation for fitness, each segment reveals a facet of their lifestyle. The article includes insights from friends and co-stars like Lewis Capaldi, Tom Felton, and Florence Pugh, discussing their dietary choices, mental health, and career approaches. Additionally, it features perspectives from Laura Dern, Saoirse Ronan, and others on beauty and self-care, illustrating how these celebrities navigate fame while maintaining a sense of normalcy and self-awareness.


Emma Watson


In a 2013 Marie Claire interview, Watson revealed that she loves to cook. She says that she loves to make Mexican recipes. "I make a really amazing egg tortilla in the morning. It's my special thing. I make guacamole, salsa, and scrambled eggs, and then I cook the tortilla. It's pretty simple, really, but yummy."


Daniel Radcliffe


One of Watson's closest friends is her Harry Potter co-star, Daniel Radcliffe. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the actor talked about how he stays motivated to workout. "My parents do CrossFit," Radcliffe says. "They're in their sixties and they're insanely fit people, so I've just got to keep up with [them]. They're just setting a crazy bar."


Lewis Capaldi


One of Watson's friends is singer Lewis Capaldi. In a 2019 interview, Capaldi revealed that he adapted a vegetarian diet.  "I like animals," he says. "I enjoyed how they tasted for a very long time. But, now, I've decided just to not eat them."


Tom Felton


Watson has been close friends with her Harry Potter co-star Tom Felton for years. Felton talked about his mental health struggles with The Guardian. "I went back to another clinic, or rehabilitation centre, of my own volition recently. Jumping in the ocean twice a day and walking my dog also helps. If it gets as bad as it did back then, I know the steps I can take. Saying that I'm not OK has really empowered me."


Florence Pugh


Florence Pugh and Watson played sisters in the film Little Women. Pugh alternates between big-budget films and indie ones and does a lot of them back to back. She talked about this with Time Magazine. "So many people in the indie film world were really pissed off at me. They were like, 'Great, now she's gone forever.' And I'm like, no, I'm working as hard as I used to work. I've always done back-to-back movies. It's just people are watching them now. You just have to be a bit more organized with your schedule."


Laura Dern


Laura Dern played Watson's mother in Little Women. She talked about her beauty secrets and how they've changed with The Wall Street Journal. "Be who you are and age with grace, but also be kind and considerate to your skin and your health," Dern says. "I love a lipstick, but I don't have to, like, cover myself in a foundation. I just believe in healthy skin. I'm excited that that's what [my daughter is] learning, as my mom taught me."


Saoirse Ronan


Saorise Ronan worked with Watson in Little Women. Ronan talked about her skincare secrets with ELLE. "I went through a stage around Lady Bird where I didn't have good skin, and Greta really encouraged me to show that off [on film]. Something about owning that and taking control of it was quite empowering. When you spend so much time at work wearing heavy makeup when you're doing press, the last thing you want to do is put makeup on when you're not working. My skin got bad when I was 21. Then it started to get better when I stopped [wearing makeup]. Vitamin C serums really help. But I also just think my face doesn't suit a lot of makeup. Some people can really pull off strong looks on their face, and I don't think that suits me."


Kaya Scodelario


Kaya Scodelario and Watson have been friends for years. In an interview with The Guardian, Scodelario reveals that she tries to live a low-key life when she's not working. "I always try to live a normal life alongside it as much as possible. On Skins, we only ever filmed for a couple of months in the summer. When I wasn't on set, I was doing my normal things. My best friends, they're my friends from school. One is a florist, one is a nursery teacher; they're completely normal and real."


Timothee Chalamet


Watson worked with Timothee Chalamet in the 2019 film Little Women. He talked about being in control of his life to Vogue. "You're the captain of your fate. Master of your fate and captain of your soul. Like those things where you can, like, draw with both knobs. You shake it up and then it's all gone. You can't just keep building on the same Etch A Sketch."


Rupert Grint


Rupert Grint is one of Watson's Harry Potter co-stars. He revealed in an interview with Bustle that he needed a break after filming the series. "Potter was so full on — [filming] all year, then we'd promote the rest of the time. It was quite suffocating. I wanted a break, to reflect on everything… It was an out-of-body experience for a while, but I think we finished at the right time. If we continued, it could've gone downhill."


Bonnie Wright


Bonnie Wright is another of Watson's Harry Potter co-stars. Wright loves to cook, and opened up about this to "I've always loved cooking from quite a young age. It's that joy of making something with my hands. I grew up making little things and objects, and now that I'm sat at my laptop all day, any moment I can do something else with my hands, I do. And the easiest thing I can do each day is cooking, even if I'm just preparing something small."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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