Esther (pilotis) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,

Emma Watson’s Mystery Man Revealed!!!

Six months after Emma Watson, 30, was spotted kissing a mystery man, his identity has been revealed!

Watson is dating California businessman Leo Alexander Robinton, who previously worked at a cannabis company. He left his position just months before they were photographed together.

A source says: “Emma and Leo did everything in their power to keep their relationship private. After they were pictured kissing in October, Leo removed himself from all social media in an attempt to protect their romance.”

It has been reported that Emma and Leo have gotten “serious.” The insider added, “Emma introduced Leo to her parents; she was really serious about him. They went for a meal together back in December at The Ivy restaurant in St John's Wood not long after Emma and Leo first met.”

Leo’s sister Daisy (pictured next to Leo below) , who is a model and a scientist, is also following Emma on Instagram, so she most likely approves of the relationship.

(Leo and his sister Daisy)

In November, Emma opened up on her love life, telling British Vogue, “I never believed the whole ‘I'm happy single’ spiel. I was like, ‘This is totally spiel.' It took me a long time, but I'm very happy. I call it being self-partnered.”

At the time, Emma played coy about who she was dating, saying, “Not one specific person, but I'm going on dates.”


Emma was last linked to her “Harry Potter” co-star Tom Felton after they hung out in their pyjamas, but he denied the rumors. Referencing Emma’s “self-partnered” comments, he told source DailyFail: “I'm in the same category, to be honest with you, quite happily self-partnered.”

Hot or Not, ONTD?

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Tags: emma watson, harry potter, new couple alert, tom felton

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