Emma Watson may be happily in love, but it doesn’t appear she’s ready to take the marriage plunge just yet. Following reports the “Beauty and the Beast” actress is headed down the aisle to boyfriend William Mack Knight, rumors of their impending nuptials have been debunked.
OK! magazine recently reported that Watson, 26, was planning to wed Knight on New Year’s Eve in a “private and low-key” ceremony. The magazine shared that the activist and former “Harry Potter” actress was quietly nailing down wedding details, such as shopping for rings, but Gossip Cop has uncovered the truth about her speculated wedding. A source “close to Watson” has revealed the story about her nuptials are “rubbish” and “totally made up.”
If Watson did decide to marry Knight, it wouldn’t be a surprise if she kept her big day a secret. The Daily Mail reports that she has been seeing the 35-year-old tech entrepreneur since last fall but they’ve only been spotted together on a handful of occasions. The couple was seen on a “romantic getaway” in Big Sur, California, in February and in October 2015, they were both spotted leaving a showing of Broadway’s Hamilton in New York. They were last seen together walking in London last month laughing and smiling while on a shopping spree.
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While it doesn’t appear Watson has a wedding on the horizon, she does have a packed few months ahead. The sci-fi thriller “The Circle” is due out this year. The film, which also stars Tom Hanks and John Boyega, follows a woman at a tech company who finds herself involved with a mysterious man.
Disney’s highly anticipated “Beauty and the Beast” is not due in theaters until 2017, but the studio is already ramping up promotions for the feature. Dave Hollis, Walt Disney Studios executive vice president of theatrical distribution, called the film “extroadinary” at CinemaCon in April. With Watson playing the lead character Belle, it’s safe to assume she’ll be busy helping promote the live-action adaptation of the animated classic.