Emma Watson and Tom Felton had a Harry Potter reunion and it was everything

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    We love a good reunion, and at the moment we’re being absolutely spoilt. The Spice Girls are getting back on the tour bus (sans Victoria Beckham) next year, Meghan Markle and her Suits co-stars are planning a get together, and do we have a minute to appreciate the revival of the Backstreet Boys?

    But when it comes to Harry Potter reunions, there are no words to describe the complete joy we feel. Remember when Tom Felton met up with his on-screen dad, Jason Isaacs? It was a Malfoy family dream.

    So it’ll come as no surprise that when Emma Watson and Tom had a magical little reunion recently, fans just couldn’t deal.

    In the wizarding world, they were hardly pals. Hermione Granger and Draco Malfoy had their fair share of run ins – we’ll never forget that punch, tbh – but in real life, Emma and Tom are still mates. And we love it.

    Despite busy schedules, Temma (as we’re now calling them) still make time to catch up over a bit of skating every now and then.

    Tom is currently working on a YouTube original series, Origin, which is a sci-fi thriller about a bunch of people who wake up on an abandon ship on its way to a new unknown planet. Oh, and HP fans will recognise another Hogwarts alumni on the show – Natalia Tena, who played Nymphadora Tonks. We’re sold.

    And to celebrate his most recent project, Emma shared a photo of the pair on Instagram, writing: ‘Tom’s @origin_series is out on 14th November. Congrats dear friend. #TFToleratingmysubparskatingskillssince1999.’

    Emma also shared a video of herself and Tom on a skateboard, with Tom warning Emma to be ‘easy with the wobbling’ as they zipped along.

    We can’t deal.

    The Harry Potter cast are always supporting each other in their latest ventures. Not too long ago, Tom was in New York to watch Daniel Radcliffe in his play, The Lifespan Of A Fact.

    It’s not clear whether this reunion just happened, or whether it’s a snap from earlier in the year, but either way we’re absolutely living for it.

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