Emma Watson has been snapped in multiple bikini looks while soaking up the Mediterranean sun. The “Harry Potter” actress, who tends to keep her curves both off the ‘Gram and covered up in street appearances, has been photographed during her Positano, Italy travels.
Emma, 30, was chased by the paparazzi over multiple rocky beach outings in the upscale and Kardashian-adored resort area. She went from hot neon pink to mismatched, with photos also showing the British beauty bare-faced. Scroll for the photos.
Click here for the pink bikini photos. The mismatched look is further down. The first round saw “The Circle” actress amid rocks and showing off her toned figure in a strapless, neon, and pink two-piece affording girly vibes. Emma was rocking high-waisted bottoms, also snapped barefoot and with her hair in a top knot bun.
The next round took it outside of traditional bikini territory. Watson was wearing a black, crop top-style bikini top, plus neon orange bottoms and shades. She was photographed sunbathing with friends and making her way into lido waters.
Emma was one of the celebities weighing in on “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling’s recent transphobia storm. The novelist found herself creeping up Twitter trends in June after writing a personal essay revealing she herself had been sexually assaulted in her 20s and that the scars of “domestic violence” from her first marriage were still very much alive. The controversy peaked as she addressed menstruation:
Rowling had tweeted: “Im sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben. Wimpud? Woomud?”
Early June marked Emma taking to social media to address her trans followers.
“Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told they aren’t who they say they are,” she wrote, adding:
“I want my trans followers to know that I and so many other people around the world see you, respect you and love you for who you are.” Emma did not direct any response to 54-year-old Rowling. The star’s Instagram, followed by 57.6 million, has largely been dedicated to Black Lives Matter since the murder of George Floyd.
On June 5, Emma took to Instagram with a photo of a clenched black fist by a teacup. “The UK is the country I was brought up in, the country that I vote in and a country whose own history of systemic racism has shaped those elsewhere,” she began, then writing that it wasn’t until she lived in the U.S. that “I really started to understand the racial violence that scars British history.”
Emma was educated at prestigious Brown University in Rhode Island.