Emma Watson and the only three objects she keeps from her time as Hermione in Harry Potter

From 2001 to 2011, a decade, Emma Watson played Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter saga, probably the most prominent female character in JK Rowling’s books and movies.

There were 10 years and eight feature films in total in which Watson, now 32 years old, participated in the magical world of Hogwarts, enough time to collect things, objects and memorabilia from the filming of the tapes.

But curiously, although anyone could assume that the French actress had a huge Harry Potter set in her house, she barely keeps three treasures from that time when she played Hermione, from The Philosopher’s Stone (2001) to the second part of The Hallows. of Death (2011).

The three objects that Watson keeps from his time as Hermione

According to a report published on the website of Hobby ConsolesEmma Watson asked to keep three very significant objects, which she revealed in an interview with Collider.

“I asked permission to keep Hermione’s Time-Turner from the third movie, the cape and the wand. Those are the three things I took with me,” the actress confessed, referring to the object used in The Prisoner of Azkaban.

As Harry Potter fans well remember (via IGN), the time turner is an item that allows a wizard or witch to go back in time. It has the appearance of a small hourglass that goes back one hour for every turn it is turned.

Being a great student, Professor Minerva McGonagall intervened so that the Ministry would grant Hermione a time-turner on the condition that she would only use it for academic purposes. She used it so she could attend all the classes.

time turner

McGonagall clarified to Hermione that there were certain rules for using the Time-Turner, such as not telling anyone that she had it, that she couldn’t be seen in two places at once, and that she shouldn’t change the past. But we already know that she got into trouble for this object and they even had to take on a mission to save Sirius and Buckbeack the hippogriff.