I can hardly remember that I had turned 30, it didn't matter. I was in my second marriage, my TV career started to go well – but I had done my best over the last 12 years to move forward. There was no time to worry about a new birthday.
For multi-millionaire actress Emma Watson, however, it is confronted with "stress" and an "incredible amount of fear."
FOR GOD SAKE, what is stressful about having enough money for the rest of your life, being blessed with a first-class brain, perfect functions, a sharpened glass accent (great for getting a good job and rolling) and taking advantage of unswerving support from middle class parents?
Where is the stress of forging a non-stop career from the age of nine, one that has given you worldwide fame and access to world leaders, pop stars, and everyone who is famous as a Harry Potter fan?
In a conversation with Vogue magazine, Emma Watson revealed that she suffered from & # 39; incredible fear & # 39; to not be married or start a family by the time she is April 30 next year (she is pictured on the cover of the December issue of British Vogue)
Left, Emma Watson hugs until then boyfriend Will Adamovicz in California in 2012. Right, Emma Watson saw a mysterious man kissing earlier this month at a lunch in London
Somehow, despite all her good points and natural qualities, Emma Watson is one of the most annoying people out there. She uses every public forum to give us a small manifesto and to tell other women how to think, what to do to save the planet, how to stop injustice and achieve equality for all. Even nice Lorraine Kelly has admitted that she is Emma & # 39; a little bit annoying & # 39; finds – what everything says.
In her last interview (in British Vogue), Emma (again) devised terminology in such a way that it could have come from the mouth of Gwyneth Paltrow, the other self-proclaimed spokesperson for the worldwide woman.
Emma describes herself as "self-partnered," that is, single. The use of the word single is just too coarse and too low for a quasi-intellectual like this, who studied at Brown University in the US and Oxford.
Emma is stressed (it seems) because of & # 39; subliminal messages … if you don't have a husband, don't have a baby and turn 30 and you are not in an incredibly safe, stable place in your career, or you are just figuring things out … there is an incredible amount of fear & # 39 ;.
Although she has been photographed with a steady stream of very eligible men, she says: "I am very happy (being single). I call it self-partner & # 39 ;. For some superficial people (like me) self-partnership sounds like an exotic form of masturbation, but nothing that low rent would come up with this MP.
With infallible regularity, Emma turns every chat into an astonishing discourse about her brand of modern feminism. She talks about her role in the new Hollywood movie Little Women alongside Laura Dern and Meryl Streep and says: & We met in activist spaces, so we had this alliance and solidarity as activists who were part of a certain movement before we ever worked together & # 39 ;.
Emma Watson and her boyfriend at the time are taking part in the Florida Panthers against the New York Rangers in Madison Square Garden on November 21, 2009 in New York City
Emma Watson out with then-friend William Mack Knight in London in June 2016
Pass the sick bag, they probably exchanged a tweet. Dern and Streep were powerful and inspiring women long before Emma became Hermione Granger. Unfortunately, after years of playing the character, Emma switched to Hermione; smart and well-intentioned, but a bit strange. She probably thinks it strange that other women from different backgrounds and cultures might find her a bit patronizing and not authentic. Each role is not just a job, but an opportunity for Emma to spread her self-gospel. Apparently her Little Women character (Meg March) is really "a feminist" because she has made the choice to become a woman and a housewife.
When she played Belle in Disney & # 39; s remake of Beauty and the Beast in 2017, Emma claimed that she not only portrayed a beautiful, accommodating woman in a large dress, caught by a rich madman who has decided to turn her back on the world , but a & # 39; inventor & # 39 ;.
The role might have been groundbreaking if Belle hadn't been white. Emma placed photos & # 39; s of her promotional tour for the film on social media in a series of incredibly glamorous environmentally friendly dresses that cost a fortune. She posed for the cover of Vanity Fair with a semi-transparent top that revealed a good part of her breasts. There is nothing wrong with that – except that Emma admitted a few years earlier that she was "in conflict" over Beyonce's use of obvious sexual images. The fact that Beyonce posed in front of a plate with the mention FEMINIST on the Grammy in 2014, seemed to have passed Hermione / Emma.
JANET STREET-PORTER (photo): with infallible regularity, Emma turns every chat into a bewildering discourse about her brand of modern feminism
In 2017, Emma accepted – considered by critics as a & # 39; competent & # 39; actress – the first gender-neutral MTV Music and Film Prize for best actor for playing Belle, and announced she was proud to be part of a film that celebrates diversity, literacy, inclusion and joy & # 39 ; And I expect you thought it was just a fairy tale!
Another small faux pas took place during the 2018 Academy Awards, when & # 39; wannabe edgy & # 39; Emma wore a temporary tattoo reading TIMES UP, expressing solidarity with the MeToo activists, but unfortunately her makeup artist forgot the apostrophe (as in Time & # 39; s Up) and was forced to make a joke on social media. By the way, having a temporary tattoo (if it isn't Hallowe) isn't it just a bit pathetic and middle class?
Emma has established an online book club with inspiring books (including the Vagina Monologues) from female authors. She is a passionate reader who hides books in London & # 39; so that commuters can discover it. With all her money, why doesn't Emma pay to reopen the dozens of former libraries in London so that children can enjoy the joys of reading for free?
Dolly Parton, whose parents could not read, is just as passionate as Emma is about inequality – in her case the damage caused by illiteracy. She founded the Imagination Library in Tennessee in 1995 and offered free books for children under 5 years of age. Her charity is spread over the US, Canada, Australia, Ireland and now the UK.
Does Emma Watson have contact with today's young women? Am I unfair if she means well? In this situation I always ask my stylist (wife, 39 and also & # 39; self-partnered & # 39;) what she thinks.
Her response to Miss Perfect's feminist brand would be two words – get lost.
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