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Harry Potter's Emma Watson and Tom Felton Reunite For Guitar Lessons

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By Chad Weiser

Emma Watson and Tom Felton have re-ignited those long-circulating dating rumors!

Tom posted a snap of him teaching former Harry Potter co-star Emma Watson how to play guitar while the two were in South Africa. The Instagram post features the close pals closely working together as 31-year-old Felton shows 29-year-old Watson how to strum some cords.

“Quick learner x,” Felton captioned the awesome photo.

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Felton is a skilled guitarist who's focused more on music than acting in recent years.

He often shares snippets of his performances on social media. Watson, on the other hand has been working a ton, she stars in the upcoming "Little Women" with Saoirse Ronan and Timothee Chalamet.

This is not the first time the pair have done cool activities together. Last year, Watson shared a video of the two riding skateboards, which Watson hilariously captioned with the hashtag #TFToleratingmysubparskatingskillssince1999.

In the video, Felton filmed the two speeding down a boardwalk with Watson snuggling up behind him as he makes fun of her poor riding skills.

“Easy with the wobbling, keep your feet still!” Felton says as Watson laughs behind him and says, “They are!”

“You’re not! You’re dancing around on the board like a clown. Hang on tight,” Felton said.

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Back in 2012 Watson told British TV host Jonathan Ross that she had a crush on her Harry Potter co-star while they were filming the first few movies. Watson was only 10 when she signed on as Hermione Granger, while Felton was already 13 when he started playing Draco Malfoy.

Emma went on to say,

“Between the ages of 10 and 12, I had a really terrible crush on Tom Felton,” she admitted on the Jonathan Ross Show. “We love a bad guy and he was a few years older and he had a skateboard. And that just did it, really. He used to do tricks on it. He was so cool.”

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