— Books Underground (@BooksUndergrnd) November 1, 2016
While the world eagerly waits to catch her looking all kinds of dreamy in her next film, Harry Potter star and UN Goodwill Ambassador, Emma Watson played the role of book fairy for a night – dashing around the London Underground to hide books for passengers.
This adorable star who runs a feminist book club called Our Shared Shelf, partnered with an organization called Books on the Underground to leave about 100 copies of Maya Angelou‘s “Mom & Me & Mom” in train stations across London along with a super cute handwritten note. She wrote that she hoped the reader would enjoy her November pick and urged them to pass it on and leave it on the Tube for other readers to find.
— Jane Austin (@JaneAus) November 2, 2016
If we ever got our hands on one of these, it’s never leaving our bedside! That’s for sure!
Lucky commuters wasted no time and promptly tweeted all of their lovin’ back to this beauty.
The Book Fairies get a Book Wizard, too fabulous for words.
— Sian Robertson (@SiannusMaximus) November 2, 2016
— BMPR Communications (@BryanMorelPR) November 3, 2016
LOVE that @EmWatson is the #bookfairy literally makes me so happy that people do this type of thing ☺️☺️
— x (@HiItsMay_x) November 3, 2016
Watson will be seen next on the big screen in Disney‘s live action interpretation of Beauty and The Beast, slated for release in March next year where she’s perfectly cast for the role of beautiful Belle.
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) November 2, 2016
Based on these gorgeous promos, we absolutely cannot wait to see it. But in the meantime, we’re certain you’re going to see her flood this space if she continues with her fierce style and passionate work.
Wizard or muggle, we hardly need another reason to love her more. Do you agree? Tell us in your comments below.