The star, who enjoys traveling by public transport in his native Britain, laughs in silence as people disbelieve that she goes on London's tube network.
Emma Watson is rarely bothered by fans on London's tube network - because onlookers don't believe the "Harry Potter" star would travel by public transport. The actress moved from Britain to the U.S. in 2009 to enroll in an English Literature course at Rhode Island's prestigious Brown University, but still returns to her native country.
And Watson loves heading out and about in the U.K. capital, as she is hardly ever recognized. She tells Britain's Celebs on Sunday magazine, "I do actually (go on the tube) and the funny thing is that people look at me and they go, 'Is that the girl from Harry Potter?' And then they go, 'No, it can't be, she's on public transport'."
"And I'm sat there and I'm like, 'Ha, ha. That's funny'," she adds.