Has two cats named Bubbles and Domino.
Favorite Harry Potter book is "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban".
She served on a jury to select the 2004 teenaged film-makers' "First Light Film Awards" ceremony held in London's Leicester Square. Other jurors included Pierce Brosnan, Kenneth Branagh, and Samantha Morton.
At 13, after being a teenager for just ten months, she placed tenth in "The Hottest Female Stars", in February 2004.
She was named after her paternal grandmother, who, after marriage, became "Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson."
Can speak some French.
At the age of fifteen, became the youngest person to appear on the cover of Teen Vogue magazine
She and her 'Harry Potter' co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint were named #9 on Entertainment Weekly's Best Entertainers of the Year in 2005.
She achieved eight A* and two A passes in her GSCEs (exams English school pupils take in their last compulsory year of high school).
Attended The Dragon School, a renowned preparatory school in Oxford, between September 1995 and July 2001. She then went on to attend Headington School, a private all-girls school, between September 2001 and July 2006.