Emma Watson cut a chic figure as she joined new beau Brandon Green for a scenic day in Venice recently.
The actress, 32, and the 29-year-old-son of disgraced tycoon Sir Philip Green, looked close as they enjoyed the scenic sights in Italy.
Emma wore a cream and pink floral summer dress with a thigh-split, paired with leather boots and black socks.
Her tresses were styled in soft waves and she sported chic shades.
Brandon wore a navy tee, blue trousers and trainers as he toted two bags,
Emma was seen smiling as she and Brandon boarded a water taxi, while enjoying some frozen grapes.Emma and Brandon were first pictured together last September when they disembarked from a helicopter in Battersea, London.
It was previously revealed by The Daily Mail that Brandon has entirely different career aspirations than his father, instead sharing Emma’s interest in the environment.
A source said that he became invested in saving the planet after his father’s Arcadia Group empire – which included Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Burton – crumbled.
They confirmed: ‘He got very interested in biodiversity and saving the oceans. He does a lot of charity work with both Monaco’s Prince Albert’s foundation and Princess Charlene’s foundation.
‘He is very into fitness and gets involved with galas and charities that help the planet. He does frequent beach clean-ups and whatever he can to help.’
Meanwhile, Sir Philip is known for his lavish lifestyle, which includes polluting superyachts and private jets.The tycoon, who is worth £910million according to The Sunday Times Rich List, and his wife Tina are believed to have owned a number of yachts. The largest, a 90-metre superyacht called the Lionheart, is worth more than £100million.
Their relationship comes after Emma’s split from businessman Leo Robinton, who shares a striking resemblance to her new beau.
The Harry Potter star dated Californian business owner Leo from August 2019 until their split two years ago.
Although it appears that she’s happily coupled-up now, Emma previously said she is content being ‘self-partnered’.‘I never believed the whole “I’m happy single” spiel,’ she told Vogue in 2017. ‘It took me a long time but I’m happy [being single]. I call it being self-partnered.’
She also revealed that when it comes to love, dating apps were ‘not on the cards’. Instead she relies on friends from university and ‘outside of film’. ‘My friends are really good at setting me up,’ she continued.