Rupert Grint, the now 27-year-old actor who portrayed the red headed wizard in the “Harry Potter” films, claims his famous kissing scene with Emma Watson was awkward, to say the least. His latest film, “Moonwalkers,” was released earlier this month.
“I never look back at that scene,” Grint told People on Friday at Universal Orlando’s Celebration of Harry Potter event.
Today, the 35-year-old businesswoman lives a very happy family life next to her husband and her three children.
But the socialite-turned-politician had to kiss a few frogs—famous frogs—before finding her Prince Charming.
Actor Rupert Grint was born on August 24, 1988, in Harlow, Essex, England.
Rupert Grint's father, Nigel Grint, is a racing memorabilia dealer, and his mother, Jo Grint, is a homemaker.
And though the Ron/Hermione shippers were dealt a horrible blow when Rowling admitted that, at one point, she planned on writing Harry and Hermione together.
Has everything we've ever come to believe been a lie? Anyway, in case that wasn't heartbreak enough, Rupert Grint now corroborates with his own spin on the situation.
ARE YOU REALLY TELLING US THAT HOGWARTS DOESN' T EXIST?! Apparently he didn't like kissing Emma Watson, who played Hermione to his Ron in the films.
"I was never the kind of kid who was destined for trouble," he says.
"Probably the worst thing I did was steal a hairbrush and a Grint attended the Richard Hale Secondary School in Hertfordshire.