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The secret Story of Emma Watson and her strange addiction

Its only addiction will surprise you

Emma Watson started acting when she was only 6 years old. She went to school every day of the week, and on the weekend she went to auditions for filmmaking. At that young age, she was able to either get her famous role in the Harry Potter movie, But even though she had this important role, she did not either neglect her studies.

"I was that girl in school who raised her hand to answer all the questions."

Even after the movie’s success and gaining great fame, she was always trying to balance study and acting

"For the last ten years, I have been fighting a battle to continue my studies and at the same time maintain my artistic career."

While filming Harry Potter, she goes to school for 5 hours every day, But even this period was not enough to maintain her academic level

So she's been studying between filming breaks Until she succeeded in the final exams in high school, with very excellent grades.

Because of her academic excellence, she was accepted into one of the most prestigious universities in England. When she started college, she was struggling like any other student,, Her schedule was full of lectures, and she stayed up late in the library alongside frequent exams. But unlike other students, Emma was a famous artist next to her studies,, She was traveling the world to shoot her films, and her time was always busy because of that.

Despite all these pressures, she did not allow anything at all to stand in the way of her academic future

"Fear of failure has never prevented me from achieving my dreams and the goals I want to achieve."

Besides filming the Harry Potter series, Emma has also starred in other films such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower and The Bling Ring. And that is next to continuing her university studies

Emma was determined to have her college degree while filming the latest Harry Potter films, She insisted that the studio give her extra time to prepare for exams.

Emma knew that what she requested from the studio was very difficult because the audience was waiting desperately for the final part of the film, But despite this, she did not concede her demands, because she believed that her education was more important than the film. Ultimately, Emma's insistence, the studio had to change the filming schedule to suit her exam dates.

Currently, Emma splits her time between filming and philanthropy work she does around the world

Emma is now the UN Goodwill Ambassador and advocates for equality and women's rights in education, But she had previously stated that she did not know what the true meaning of equality was, so she began researching to get all the information she wanted.

It has also established a book club called our shared shelf, which has more than 200,000 members. In that club, a book is selected every month that discusses what is the meaning of gender equality.

Emma's story reminds us that one of the primary goals of our being alive is to learn and develop.

"I love learning. I am addicted to acquiring knowledge and persistence in developing. These things always motivate me to move forward."