“Harry Potter” is one name that brings back childhood memories. The franchise consisted of eight installments and is one of the most popular movies and books produced. It starred actors like Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, and Bonnie Wright.
After the franchise’s end, Wright, who played Ginny Weasley, founded BonBonLumiere, her own film production company, and made her directional and screenwriting debut. The actress was part of the team for a coming of age short movie with her co-star from “Harry Potter,” David Thewlis. The short film was titled “Separate We Come, Separate We Go.”
The actress started publicly dating her boyfriend, Andrew Lococo, in late 2020 and announced moving in with each other not long after. The couple recently got married in an outdoor wedding ceremony which Wright posted on her Instagram page. She tagged the day “the best day of [her] life.”
Bonnie Wright And Andrew Lococo Just Tied The Knot
Wright recently tied the knot with her long-term boyfriend, Lococo. The delighted actress took to Instagram to share the news and posted a picture of their wedding rings. Her blue square diamond ring clad hand was on top of her partner’s plain gold band in the photo. The post was captioned, “Yesterday was the best day of my life. Thanks to my husband!!”
Several congratulatory words flooded the post’s comment section from fans and fellow celebrities. Some comments were also made from Wright’s previous co-stars from the “Harry Potter” franchise.
James Phelps, known as Fred Weasley in the films, commented several party emojis. At the same time, Anshan Azad (Parma Patil) wrote, “Love you so much.” Scarlet Hefner, who was part of the Harry Potter cast, also commented, “Congratulations to you both! @thisisbwright.”
Wright Posted A Glimpse Of Her Wedding Décor
Wright’s wedding announcement came with barely any details, but the actress did reveal a glimpse of the wedding celebration. The outdoor wedding décor was apparently handled by event photographer Kacie Tomita.
Via her Instagram story, Wright showed a long table setting consisting of pink, orange, and white color palette. It also had several floral arrangements and glassware on the table. The wedding started during the day and proceeded seemingly well into the night.
Event photographer Tomita shared a picture of the happy couple right before they said their vows. The caption read, “Snuck in a personal snap of dear ones @thisisbwright and @locococococococococo both radiant and beaming just before the wedding.”
The groom was clad in the typical black suit while Wright, the bride, had a simple ankle-length white dress with prominent sleeves on. The actress’s bouquet had orange and white flowers, symbolizing the color of the day.
Wright Posted About Her Relationship In 2020
Wright and Lococo’s entire relationship timeline isn’t public knowledge, but the actress first posted them together in September 2020. Later on in February, in her YouTube vlog, the “Harry Potter” actress mentioned she moved out of her Los Angeles home to San Diego to stay with him.
Wright revealed that the decision came after a long while of them traveling long distances from two cities just to see each other. She said they were “ready to live in the same place.”
Before dating Lococo, Wright was engaged to Jamie Campbell Bower, who played Gellert Grindelwald in “Harry Potter.” The former couple met on the set of the last installment of the Harry Potter Franchise. They were together for a while before splitting up in 2012.
Bonnie Wright On’ Harry Potter’ Possible Reboot
Despite the franchise ending years ago, the cast is still in contact with each other. Wright recently reunited with her “Harry Potter” cast on an HBO special of “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return To Hogwarts.”
In last year’s interview with People, Wright talked about the possibility of a “Harry Potter” reboot. The actress revealed that she didn’t think it would be in the cards for another 10 to 20 years, which she was perfectly fine with. She referred to the show as a “time capsule” and said she hoped there wouldn’t be any major changes in the future.
Write said, “I would hope that they keep it as it was. I think it’s like a time capsule, and [if] you open it and it changes, and everything feels kind of different. … For sure, I miss playing Ginny, but I always quite like the idea that it’s properly compacted into those seven years at Hogwarts.”
Wright added that if the situation were to arise, the efforts of the movies’ production crew and the entire cast would make the result “brilliant.”
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