Actors From Harry Potter Films Had A Mini Reunion
It's felt like a lifetime since we saw the actors who portrayed characters from Harry Potter on the big screen together.
You can only imagine what they went through when the franchise ended after working side-by-side with each other for a decade. They were just meant to go their separate ways and enjoy living the high life.
But clearly they still hang out; if Tom Felton's Instagram page is anything to go off.
The actor who portrayed Draco Malfoy uploaded a bunch of snaps to the social media site showing him hanging out with Emma Watson aka Hermione Granger, Evanna Lynch aka Luna Lovegood, Bonnie Wright aka Ginny Weasley, and Matthew Lewis aka Neville Longbottom.
Be still my Hogwarts heart.
Watson also uploaded the photo and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.
We'd love to think they are all on one massive Whatsapp group and throw little get togethers like this all the time and we're none the wiser. Such a shame that Daniel Radcliffe aka Harry Potter and Rupert Grint aka Ron Weasley didn't turn up.
In other Harry Potter news, a book collector has hit the jackpot after buying a signed Harry Potter book for a penny.
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Mark Cavoto, 51, has spent the last ten years buying and selling the novels since his daughter started collecting them as a child, but one that he bought on Amazon was a particularly big earner.
Mark has been making a living trading Harry Potter novels for the last decade following a chance discovery courtesy of his daughter Holly, now 25.
The dad-of-five, who is married to Julie, 51, said: "When Holly was a child, she loved Harry Potter books and started her own collection.
"About 10 years ago, we decided to sell some of her older books and three of them were snapped up within 20 minutes on eBay for £9.99 each. I'm a businessman with a shop in Buxton and I knew this was a business opportunity.
"I checked the ISBN numbers and sourced the same three books second-hand on Amazon, bought them for a penny each plus postage and sold them in minutes for £9.99 each on eBay.
"It turned into a business. I started buying Harry Potter books for next to nothing at charity shops and online. I turned them into sets relating to the different editions and sold them on eBay.
"I realised through dealing in Harry Potter books that people like to have a book from every print run to complete their collections and the same goes for all types of collections."
Mark's business acumen led to his chance discovery of a book signed by J K Rowling after he purchased it unwittingly for a penny.
Featured Image Credit: Tom Felton/Instagram