Girl Power Birthday Cards For Emma Watson As She Turns 28 This Week
If any young woman deserves to receive hundreds of the “Fearless And Fucking Fabulous #happybirthday”, “Feminist As Fuck #happybirthday” and “To One Bad Ass Bitch #happybirthday” girl power birthday cards from our cardshit.com website for their birthday this week, it’s the honourable Emma Watson.
Famous for her portrayal as the feisty Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, Watson has always been an advocate for women’s rights and a very outspoken one at that. Born in Paris to British parents, Watson lived in France until she was five years old and then moved to Oxford with her mother where she pursued her love of acting at the Oxford branch of Stagecoach Theatre Arts. It was this theatre company that lead to Watson being scouted for the role of Hermione in Harry Potter as her confidence impressed casting agents. Now, if that doesn’t deserve a few of our inspirational birthday cards then we don’t know what does?
And if earning £10 million before she was a teenager wasn’t impressive enough, Watson studied on set and earned eight A* and two A grades at GCSE before achieving a degree in English literature at Brown University. Obviously, the star didn't need any of our “Congrats With Your Results! Anyone Mentioned £50,000 Of Student Debt”, “congratufuckinglations” or “Look Who's A Clever Cunt! #congratufuckinglations” rude congratulations cards anyway…
Over the years Watson has been appointed as a UN Women Goodwill ambassador, named as a Feminist Celebrity of the year, voted one of AskMen’s Top 99 Outstanding Women in 2015 and was even number 26 on the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people. Not bad for a child actress, huh?
If you thought the Harry Potter franchise was done with, then you would be wrong, as loads of the stars of the films are coming together to lend their voices to an upcoming mobile game entitled Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. The likes of Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon who played Professor McGonagall and Professor Dumbledore can be heard, however there has been some controversy over the fact that Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson didn’t appear in the cast. This outrage was soon quelled however, when the internet trolls discovered that the reason for them not doing the game is that it’s set before they even knew they were wizards. Instead, players can see what Nymphadora Tonks, Bill Weasley and the rest of the gang got up to when they were at Hogwarts.