SHE is the world's highestpaid actress, a fashion icon and a global superstar, so Emma Watson could probably have her pick of men.
But the Harry Potter star has revealed she finds handsome guys boring.
Emma, 21, who has been single since she split from musician George Craig last year, has listed what she's after in a man.
Being polite and making her laugh are high on the agenda but she's not worried about good looks.
Emma also revealed she'd love to be a mum.
She said: "I have very strong family values and I would definitely hope that marriage and kids would be in my future. I can't wait to be a mum."
She's even got the credentials. Emma explained: "My father remarried and I have three younger half-siblings. One is seven, and the other two, who are identical twins, are five. So yeah, I'm pretty good with young kids, I think."
Last year, Emma eclipsed Angelina Jolie as Hollywood's best-paid female star. It is estimated that by 2009 she had earned £19million thanks to playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, so clearly she doesn't need a man with money.
But what attributes is she looking for in her ideal partner? She replied: "Kindness, good manners, intelligence, confidence ... and someone who can make me laugh.
"Manners are important. The way I was brought up, my dad is very strict and very focused on that, so if I see anyone be rude to anyone else, it's an immediate turnoff. I can't bear it.
"I think being polite is quite key for me. Being kind and being aware of people around you is definitely a big one."
Emma, who was born in Paris and raised in Oxfordshire, was chosen for the part of Hermione when she was nine.
The first movie in the franchise, Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, hit screens in 2001, when she was 11.
And while her friends had crushes on Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio at that time, she was more intrigued by a famous Scot.
She revealed: "I liked Sean Connery and I remember thinking he was great."
So being polite and Scottish ticks two boxes. But what about looks? Emma said: "I was talking to my friend about this the other day. I don't have a 'type'.
"You could line up photographs of the guys I've dated and they all look totally different.
"You won't believe me but it's really very much to do with their personalities.
"If someone's nice to look at, it gets boring after about 10 minutes."
So maybe that explains why she once got starstruck by Matt Damon, who is hardly the acting world's biggest hunk? She said: "I've met people who are a lot more famous than he is and I've been absolutely fine but when I met Matt Damon I got all giggly and red and embarrassed."
Like Jodie Foster and Natalie Portman, who also came to acting fame at a young age, Emma has kept her feet on the ground by studying.
She went looking for a normal life at Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island.
But the Harry Potter phenomenon means that escaping the limelight is easier said than done.
Emma has even been recognised while travelling in Bangladesh and Kenya, so are there moments when she wishes she was "normal"? She said: "I have moments, but I think it's more like, 'I wish things were more simple. Why does everything have to be so complicated and why do I have to think everything through so much? Why can't I have more freedom, privacy, etc?' "But that's just when things get hard, then the grass is always greener."
Ironically, Emma didn't help herself by getting her hair cut short to shake off the Hermione look.
Because it was the drastic, short, pixie haircut she got in August 2010 that turned the child actress into a leading fashion icon overnight.
But as she talks about the final Harry Potter movie - The Deathly Hallows: Part 2, which is out in less than a month - it becomes clear there was method in the madness of cutting her long tresses.
She said: "I think it's about me having my own identity.
"I'm very much associated by my hair with being Hermione in Harry Potter.
This hair is very much about being Emma. I've wanted to do it since I 16. I just always thought it was about looked really cool."
Her fashion sense has helped her to become the face of Burberry, whose sales have boomed since.
She said: "It's a huge compliment. It's amazing. I'm really surprised, to be honest."
Emma has also become a designer in her own right, with her own range for fair trade fashion manufacturers.
She added: "I love fashion and there are two more collections to come out.
"But I'm going to focus more on my academics and my career from this point forward, so I probably won't be pursuing it much further."
She has used her love of fashion to great effect on the red carpet for a decade now.
Emma said: "I used to cringe and regret some of the outfits but actually I'm quite proud now that I had fun with it and didn't always look perfect.
"I've made mistakes but there's a history, there's an arc, there's a learning curve. You can see that I made my own mistakes and learned from them and figured it all out for myself and I enjoyed it.
"It's obvious from the stuff that I've worn that I've just liked dressing up.
"Who makes things girls can wear on the red carpets or to premieres? "For 12-year-old girls, they just don't exist. You either buy a bridesmaid dress or you improvise."
Emma will get a chance to make up for any of her early red-carpet blunders when she shows off a raft of new dresses at premieres for the final Harry Potter film in the coming weeks. And as she reflects on the end of an era, how much does she feel she has in common with Hermione, a bookworm who has become something of an action girl?
Emma said: "I probably started out more like her and got less like her. "I'm very heady and intellectual and we're very similar in that way - we're very eager to please and need approval.
"Not wanting to break the rules was definitely who I was. But I guess I think I'm more of a rounded person than she is.
"She's very focused on her academics and I think I'm more creative and have lots of other different interests, whereas she's very focused on one area."
Emma's co-stars - Daniel Radcliffe, who plays the boy wizard, and Rupert Grint, who is Ron Weasley - have long pursued other acting roles, she is only branching out now.
She has filmed a Marilyn Monroe biopic, My Week With Marilyn, and is currently shooting The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. But in September she'll be going back to Brown, despite claims that she was going to switch uni.
And as her time as Hermione comes an end, it's the only constant she has her life at the moment.
She said: "That's probably the only thing that's certain right now. Everything else is up for grabs, really."
- Harry Potter And The Deathly Part 2 is released on July 15.
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