Harry Potter star Emma Watson has embarked on a new educational journey. Having already earned her bachelor's degree in English literature from Brown University in 2014, she is now pursuing a part-time Master’s degree at the prestigious University of Oxford.
According to an insider cited by The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column, Emma's decision to enroll in this program was influenced by its flexibility, catering to older adults and allowing them to complete the coursework on a part-time basis. This aligns seamlessly with her busy schedule as an actress and activist. The insider revealed that Emma will only need to be physically present at the university for a mere four or five days each year, thanks to the option of completing the majority of her studies online from the comfort of her home.
However, with her fame and recent security concerns, Emma Watson is taking precautionary measures to ensure her safety while attending university. The insider disclosed that she will be accompanied by a dedicated security team whenever she has on-site classes. Recent incidents, including a suspicious individual attempting to access her dressing room during a Ralph Lauren fashion show in New York, have left her feeling understandably concerned.
Elaborating on this, the source added that Emma took extra steps by flying to Milan with a specialized security team from the UK during a recent trip. Furthermore, Prada, the renowned fashion brand, provided an additional security detail to safeguard her room overnight. This heightened security became essential, given that the Palazzo Parigi, where Emma stayed, was a hub for famous models and celebrities.
The insider revealed that Emma was particularly apprehensive about potential security threats originating from individuals who had been sending her messages, and she expressed concern that some of these individuals might be among the fans gathered outside her location.
It's important to note that the individual suspected of attempting to access Emma's dressing room during the fashion show in New York has denied charges of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. His case is scheduled to return to court next month, where further legal proceedings will unfold.
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