Lucky in love at last! Emma Watson can't keep her eyes (and hands) off her new American beau
17:23 GMT, 26 August 2012
20:47 GMT, 26 August 2012
After a series of disastrous romances, Emma Watson finally seems to have found her Mr Right.
The Harry Potter star stepped in London today for a romantic stroll with American student beau Will Adamowicz.
And the pair looked smitten as they cuddled up in the Bank Holiday weekend sunshine.
Stars in stripes: Emma Watson cuddles up to boyfriend Will Adamowicz
Love on campus: The couple have been dating for 10 months, after meeting at Oxford University
Wearing jeans and a comfy striped jumper, Emma couldn't keep her eyes and her hands off Will, who was dressed down in a t-shirt and tracksuit top.
The pair have been dating for the past 10 months, after meeting while studying together at Oxford University.
They managed to keep the relationship under close wraps until April when they were snapped kissing at the Coachella Festival in California.
Since they, they've gone from strength to strength.
But British fans may have to make the most of the actress.
Both Will and Emma transferred to Oxford from Ivy League college Brown.
He is due to return to the Rhode Island-based university soon…. and what are the odds his 22-year-old girlfriend will follow.
Ivy League: The pair both transferred to Oxford from Brown University in the US
Emma met Will after a brief and unsuccessful romance with Johnny Simmons, who she met last year on the set of forthcoming movie The Perks of Being A Wallflower.
Prior to that she endured a string of failed relationships with exes including rocker George Craig and financier Joel Barrymore.
The actress is currently promoting the movie (The Perks of Being A Wallflower), which is based on a book by Stephen Chbosky.
And it's definitely a case of life imitating art for the young star.
Back to America: Will is due to return to Brown to finish his studies. Will Emma follow him
She plays a high school student (Sam) who finds love with a fellow pupil (Charlie) played by actor Logan Lerman.
Explaining why she chose the role, Emma told
Just Jared: 'I’d been reading scripts since the fourth Harry Potter
movie and just really didn’t read anything that I really just loved
instantly and then I read Perks of Being a Wallflower.
'I was incredibly moved by it and just instantly knew that the movie had to be made and that I had to play Sam.'