Harry Potter might be over but as the DVD hits the shelves, actress Bonnie Wright, 20, who played Ginny Weasley talks marriage, Emma Watson and moving on…
LOOK: How’s life been since Harry Potter finished?
Bonnie: When we finished the film it didn’t sink in quickly. It’s a new step in our careers but, between us, we have such an amazing support network.
LOOK: Who do you keep in touch with the most?
Bonnie: We all stay in contact and know what one another is doing. I went to see Dan [Radcliffe] in his Broadway play and Matt Lewis’s play in London.
LOOK: When did it hit you that the show was over?
Bonnie: When we sat down at the premiere in London and the credits rolled – that was a moment I will never forget. There were tears galore.
LOOK: Did you swap style tips with Emma Watson over the years?
Bonnie: On-set we used to chat about what every girl or boy would – school and clothes. We shared ideas.
LOOK: Do you feel like a style icon now?
Bonnie: No, definitely not! I have never had a style icon. The whole point of style is that it’s personal and while people inspire me, I want to wear clothes without pressure. I just decide whatever I want to be that day.
LOOK: Are you grateful to the movie for bringing you and your fiancé Jamie Campbell Bower together?
Bonnie: We didn’t actually meet on-set, everyone thinks we did because of it being the same film but our roles are completely different. We actually met at a party that was connected to the film.
LOOK: You were just 19 when you got engaged, which some people have commented is too young. Do you agree?
Bonnie: You make decisions for yourself. It’s my life. I am not going to go into the depth of when or how I feel about it.
LOOK: What are you doing for Christmas?
Bonnie: I’m in the middle of a project but I’m having a break and will be with my family. We’ll just be spending some nice time together.
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 is available now on DVD.