Emma Watson covers the August 2013 edition of Teen Vogue. You can see her spread below. Spread as in magazine spread. Not spread as in spread eagle. Don’t get your hopes up, pervert.
Teen Vogue describes Emma as the most normal person in Hollywood right now having never been arrested, kicked off a movie set or had a melt down on Twitter.
“I think, in a way, I was very protected during Harry Potter, because I was working all the time,” Emma muses, taking a sip of tea. Dressed in a pair of dusky gray jeans, two layered cotton T-shirts, and a chic black blazer, she’s sitting in the corner of a posh but deserted hotel restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, open just so we can conduct the interview for her fourth Teen Vogue cover. “I would get in the car, go to the studio, and go home,” she says. Whenever possible, she continued to attend school and hang out with her childhood friends.
As a result, Emma explains, it took an improbably long time for her to understand how unusual her existence had become. It wasn’t until she enrolled at Brown University, in 2009, that she began to grasp the enormity of her renown. “It sounds stupid,” she admits, “or completely unbelievable, but that was when I really realized that I was famous. There are still days when I deal with it horribly and there are days when I deal with it really well.” She felt as though everything had been “turned upside down.”
That is to say, don’t get on Emma Watson’s bad side or she’ll invite you to tea to calmly and politely explain to you why you are being very unreasonable.