I Heart Watson (www.iheartwatson.net) is a non-profit fansite for actress and human rights activist Emma Watson. It is run by fans and has no affiliation with Emma herself, her management, family or friends. We have maintained this resource online for over 15 years, along with retired team members, because we appreciate her projects, and because it allows us to connect with people that have similar interests. We do not post or allude to facts or rumors regarding Emma's personal life, out of respect for her privacy. The content we share is not owned by us, unless otherwise stated, we just gather it all into a single resource. Thank you for visiting, and we hope you enjoy your stay!

Visit our filmography page to see all of Emma's movies!
The Crew

This ship currently sails thanks to the combined work of two huge fans of Emma – Gabby and Neide – both of which have been keeping up with her since the early Harry Potter days. You can read more about each of them below.

A lover of pop culture, books, music, fansites and other things. I’ve been a fan of Emma since the very first Harry Potter film came out, which was based on the first “grown up” book I ever read (it had no pictures!). I was always very curious about websites and graphics, and I usually found a way of connecting that to my admiration for various artists, Emma being one of them. My first fansite for her was launched halfway through 2012, and I ended up closing it several months later to join the staff of another one. I♥W was a reference for me back then, so it is really sweet that I’m running it now – and with a good friend, no less! I liked that the site was always very respectful of Emma’s private life, and that it was full of little quirks that made it unique. I identify with Emma on her love for education, literature, cats and animated movies, and I’m proud of the image she has built for herself over the years – I’m sure it hasn’t been easy.


A huge thank you to the girls that founded iheartwatson.net – Allison, Kaetlyn, Karly and Lynn, and to the ones that continued their work through the years – Siobhan, Carmel, Bea, Lindsey and Sara.