Emma Watson got all emotional and broke down to tears at the world premiere of The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.This has been the official farewell to the Harry Potter franchise creating emotional moments to the author J.K. Rowling also.

Thousands of fans had camped out in the rain for prime spots at the massive event in the capital’s Trafalgar Square. Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint and Potter creator J.K. Rowling meet fans, signed autographs and posed for photographs on the red carpet and after that both Watson and Rowling were overcome with emotion. Producer David Heyman comforted Miss Watson, who planted a kiss on her forehead as she cried on his arm.

Daniel Radcliffe addressed the crowd, saying, “I don’t think the end of the story happens tonight because each and every person who will see this film will carry this story with them through the rest of their lives. A huge thank you to all of you, first of all for giving me a job… Every opportunity I get from now on all goes down to the fact I got very, very lucky when I was 11.”

But an emotional Watson shrugged off her co-star’s modesty, telling him, “You didn’t ‘get lucky – you were, and are, the perfect Harry, and will be forever.”

J.K Rowling addressed the crowd. “Oh my God,” she exclaimed. “You know what, maybe I’ll just write another one.”

As a wave of near hysterical cheers went up from the gathered masses, Rowling confirmed she was only joking.

The sobbing author told fans, “Thank you for queuing up for the books for all those years, for camping out in a wet Trafalgar Square.”

“No story lives unless someone wants to listen so thank you, all of you,” Rowling said. Suddenly the 3,000 fans surrounding the stage struck up the simple chant “thank you” around the stage.

Grint took to the floor with two words. “Oh God.” He said: “I’m not good at goodbyes. I want to thank all of you. You’ve made the last 10 years the best half of my life,” he grinned.  “And look what you’ve done for ginger people,” directly to Rowling.

London’s Trafalgar Square and the surrounding streets were awash with Potter fanatics all hoping to catch a bit of magic as the stars worked the walk to the trio of cinemas playing host to the screenings of the final adventure.

Alan Rickman, Robbie Coltrane, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Tom Felton, David Thewlis and Miriam Margolyes were just a few of the myriad stars from the films to walk.

Harry Potter and the deathly Hallows is the first Harry Potter to roll out globally in dual formats of 3D and 2D and kept the audience occupied over its 130 minute running time. The final film sees the battle between the good and evil forces of the wizarding worlds escalate into an all-out war.

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