Tears as Harry Potter says farewell NEWS
Emma Watson shed a few tears last night at the last ever Harry Potter film premiere.
After a day of rain, the red carpet was noticeably very wet for the premiere of the last Harry Potter film The Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
But the sun eventually came out and shone on the cast as they made their way down from Trafalgar Square to Leicester Square in London to greet over 8,000 screaming fans who had waited to catch a glimpse of the magical stars.
Thousands of fans camped in London's Trafalgar Square on Wednesday night to grab the best spot on the right side of the red carpet to see their favourite Harry Potter characters arrive.
21 year old Emma Watson who looked stunning in her Oscar De La Renta dress, broke down in tears as she greeted fans for the final time.
Co-star Rupert Grint told fans that 'every film has just been so special', whilst wiping away a tear or two of his own.
Daniel Radcliffe who has played the part of Harry Potter since the age of 11, comforted fans by 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 few more tears were shed as JK Rowling thanked the fans who had camped out in the wet, and for also 'queuing up for those books for all those years'. The highly emotional fans called back a 'thank you' and JK admitted 'I'm already crying'.
An emotional time for all involved in the Harry Potter movies, and although the actors will miss making the films, they are relieved that it is over and they can now move on.
Daniel Radcliffe, who hit the headlines this week after admitting to becoming 'reliant ' on alcohol, was noticeably missing at the glitzy after show party, but the rest of the actors, crew and VIP's put aside their sadness and partied all night!
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