Emma Watson has openly clarified her previous comments about being “self-partnered”.

In a new British Vogue In the cover story, published on December 14, the 33-year-old opened up about her personal life, along with the misconceptions that arose from previous comments she made in a 2019 interview.

Speaking to the channel four years ago, the Harry Potter lead confessed to being satisfied with her single status. At the time, she was rumored to be dating Leo Robinton after the pair were spotted cuddling. However, her comments on the article proved that she was not in a relationship but rather dating.

“I never believed the whole 'I'm happily single' talk,” she said at the time. “I was like, 'That's totally speech.' It took me a long time, but I'm very happy [being single]. I call it our own partnership,” Watson proclaimed.

Now, in conversation with the vehicle after some relationships, the Little Women star detailed what she meant by the term “own partnership.” Although she mentioned being single, her idea of ​​being “partnered” isn’t “necessarily about me celebrating being single.”

“Reaching 30, I realized, 'Oh, maybe I've figured out some things about how to take better care of myself—maybe really well, actually.' And I’m proud of that,” proclaimed Watson.

That said, as much as she enjoys spending time working on herself, she's also realized the importance of having a strong group of supporters around her. In her opinion, the community she cultivated only motivated and inspired her even more.

The Hollywood regular noted, “Coming out of Covid, I really understood the importance of building community, of having community, and of investing, very intentionally, time and energy into that.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Watson discussed her passion for sustainability and her subsequent activism for eco-conscious fashion. The Paris-born actress was known for wearing repurposed and secondhand styles to red carpet events and everyday events, before an industry push to revive archive looks.

But her dedication goes far beyond personal fashion. Watson joined Kering's board of directors to chair the sustainability committee.

“We are still in a place where 100 billion pieces of clothing are manufactured every year”, he highlighted. “The dead stock of fabric and the burning of so many clothes that don’t reach the consumer is obviously a huge problem.”

Watson admitted that she has tried to use her influence as an actress to the best of her ability when it comes to her activism efforts. She knows that her effect will not be immediate, but the Beauty and the Beast Voice continues to prioritize its environmental goals, despite the resistance it faces.

“I used to work with designers and people would literally laugh at me – they thought it was something silly that I would forget,” Watson recalled. “I think I lost my spirit for a while; I felt so discouraged, to be honest.”

“I kind of expected the whole world to be different the next day and what I learned is that change takes time,” she continued.



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