Harry Potter Star Tom Felton Is Now 31 And People Can't Believe It
So once again people can't quite believe the simple concept of... ageing. Yep, that natural thing that everyone does - even Eminem's daughter, Hailie.
We suppose there are worse things that people could assume - like congratulating someone for their food baby. Or, turning 31 when everyone thinks you're 41.
So, Tom Felton should be pretty chuffed with his little self. On September 22 the Harry Potter actor turned 31 and can't quite believe it.
Not much has changed, well, apart from the fact he's taller, probably has a driving licence and, thankfully, ditched the slicked back, bleach blonde look. So, on second thoughts, quite a lot has actually changed.
One thing has stayed the same - he still loves Harry Potter:
Anyway, the actor who's *reminder* 31, has become quite the talking point because people cannot believe his new age and it's making a lot of us feel pretty bloomin' old.
Taking to Twitter, because where else do you vent these days, one person said: "Tom Felton is 31 years old. Yeah. Let that sink in."
Another added: "Tom Felton turned 31 yesterday. My first crush, still one of my favourite men. I feel old."
And a third added: "WHATTTT??? TOM FELTON 31 y.o?? Are you kidding me??" Nope, no one's kidding around here. It's true.
We first laid eyes on Malfoy when we watched The Philosopher's Stone back in 2001 and we've been pretty much following him ever since - in the most non-stalker way possible.
And if anyone took a strange liking to his smug, manipulative and bullying character - well, don't worry because you're not alone. Emma Watson did as well.
How we bet he's kicking himself about that now.
Speaking to Seventeen magazine, Emma Watson, who played the brightest witch of her age, Hermione Granger, revealed that she had eyes for the opposition: "For the first two movies, I had a huge crush on Tom Felton (who played Slytherin protege Draco Malfoy). He was my first crush.
"He totally knows. We talked about it - we still laugh about it. We are really good friends now, and that's cool."
When Felton was asked about this crush six years later and whether anything happened on set, he replied: "Er, uh, um, no."
But that revelation would have been a tough pill to swallow for Neville Longbottom aka Matthew Lewis, who also told Seventeen: "I probably had a crush on Emma for a couple of years, until I was 13 or 14 - something like that."
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