Who Is Emma Watson Dating? Leo Robinton Is A “Serious” Relationship – Bustle

Harry Potter fans across the world are eagerly anticipating the 20th-anniversary reunion special set to air on New Year’s Day. We’ll be catching up with a host of familiar faces and fan favourites. And this, of course, includes the golden trio: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson.

Since the final Harry Potter film, which came out in 2011, the three national treasures have been busy finding their voices outside of the massive franchise. Radcliffe has worked in theatre and a range of indie films (Guns Akimbo, Swiss Army Man), while Grint has opted for a quieter life with his wife, Georgia Groome, and child.

Watson, meanwhile, has dived headfirst into both the acting and activism worlds. Alongside huge roles such as Belle in Disney’s live-action Beauty And The Beast and Meg in Little Women, she also advocates for women’s rights. With her co-stars settling down, who is Emma Watson currently dating?

In an interview with Vogue conducted over the summer of 2019, Watson was asked about her relationship status, to which she replied, “It took me a long time, but I’m very happy [being single]. I call it being self-partnered.”

While the message is a powerful one, it seems Watson has since found love. Before the interview was released in December 2019, Watson and her current boyfriend, Leo Robinton, were spotted kissing in October 2019. According the Daily Mail, they have been together since then.

After the pictures were released, Robinton left social media and neither have publicly posted about their relationship online. In May of this year, rumours began circulating that the couple were even engaged but Watson cut them down on Twitter, posting:

“Dear Fans, Rumours about whether I’m engaged or not, or whether my career is ‘dormant or not’ are ways to create clicks each time they are revealed to be true or untrue.

“If I have news — I promise I’ll share it with you. In the meantime, please assume no news from me just means I’m quietly spending the pandemic the way most people are — failing to make sourdough bread (!), caring for my loved ones and doing my best not to spread a virus that is still affecting so many people.”

Although they are not engaged, a source told Us Weekly that “Emma is all in and has her heart set on a long-term future, but she doesn’t want to rush an engagement.” Apparently, “her and Leo’s friends do fully expect them to make things official at some point in the future…”

Robinton himself is a Los Angeles businessman. At the time he and Watson first got together, he was working for a company that specialised in legal cannabis, but he has since left that job, per Cosmo. He also appears to be a women’s rights activist, after his sister posted a photo of the two of them marching in the Washington DC Women’s March.

Due to the nature of growing up with Harry Potter, Watson has always had relationships under the public eye. From her first boyfriend, Angus …….


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Marijuana, dating apps, driver’s licenses: New Colorado laws go into effect Jan. 1 – Vail Daily

Jessica George tries to find help along the main street of Simla, Colorado, after her ATV broke down on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. The state suspended George’s driver’s license over unpaid court debts, as it has done for thousands of other Coloradans.Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post

Among the roughly 500 bills Gov. Jared Polis signed into law in 2021, 14 go into effect on New Year’s Day.

They concern a wide range of people and topics, from marijuana purchasing to driving rights for the poor to legal recourse for victims of child sex abuse.

Here’s a look at some of the most impactful …….


Trope Tuesday: Fake Dating – The Young Folks

We have talked about the enemies-to-lovers, friends-to-lovers, and forbidden love tropes. This week, we will be discussing another one of our favorite young adult tropes: fake dating. 

Motivation behind the “fake date”

Funnily enough, characters in our favorite books rarely decide to participate in a fake relationship simply to experience a relationship with their paramour, despite the fact that it is a fake experience (until it’s not).


Characters almost always decide to fake-date each other for public image purposes. Whether it is characters getting fake-married for the sake of getting government aid for …….