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Emma Watson Moves In With Boyfriend At Parents’ Place



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“Harry Potter” star Emma Watson has moved in with her boyfriend, and they are both living with her parents! Dad’s swanky pad has proved to be a convenient little love nest while the couple are in London.

Emma Watson must have a very understanding Dad. The actress, who plays Hermione in the most successful movie franchise of all time, is dating actor Johnny Simmons. We brought you the first photos of them together in public – kissing!

Now we can tell you that Emma and Johnny are living together in the swanky attic rooms of her father’s multi-million dollar home in north London. Sources close to the young couple say that their relationship is getting quite serious. That’s why she took Johnny back to London, to meet her parents.

While staying with the 21 year old actress’ parents, the pair covered all the main tourist attractions in London, making trips to Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the London Eye. They have also visited a few flea markets and some great local pubs to get a real flavour of the English capital city.

Just to add to the fairytale scenario some more, Emma Watson and Johnny have been looking after the environment, using bicycles or eco-cars to travel around.

When they were seen kissing in Los Angeles earlier this month, Emma was said to have looked “utterly besotted” with her new beau.

The couple has been dating since they met on the set of their new movie, The Perks of Being A Wallflower, earlier this year.

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