Following news the Queen's grandson, 30, is said to have sent 24-year-old Oxford University graduate Emma a "short email" inviting her out, the actress tweeted her fans.She said: "WORLD Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?!

"That's how it was conceived, really."For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron." Come on now JK, don't make us go all Voldemort on you."I know, I'm sorry, I can hear the rage and fury it might cause some fans, but if I'm absolutely honest, distance has given me perspective on that," she continued, adding that she thought Hermione and Ron would've ended up in relationship counselling."It was a choice I made for very personal reasons, not for reasons of credibility. I hope not." Clearly the world has gone completely and utterly bonkers because Emma seems to agree and added: "I think there are fans out there who know that too and who wonder whether Ron would have really been able to make her happy."Yes well, you watch yourself Emma or we'll have to get our Jelly Legs Jinx out. What do you make of this - can you see Emma and JK's point or are you ready to get a bit Bellatrix Lestrange on 'em? Test your knowledge in the big Harry Potter quiz JK Rowling releases new book under secret pen name If One Direction were in Harry Potter... It's the brand new Harry Potter shop on the real Platform 9 3/4 - VIDEODaniel Radcliffe hints at return to Harry Potter!

Daniel Radcliffe proved on the October 28 edition of "The Tonight Show" that his talents go far beyond acting; Radcliffe's also a pretty great rapper, too.

The 25-year-old will next appear in the Judd Apatow comedy "Trainwreck" in 2015. Since portraying sharp witch Hermione in the "Harry Potter" series, Emma Watson has broken away from the supernatural with roles grounded in the (mostly) real world.

One Twitter user said: "I hope the rumors about Prince Harry and @Em Watson dating are true, and I hope they have beautiful half-muggle, half-royal babies."And a parody account of Harry Potter character Professor Snape said: "This is not a joke: Prince Harry and Emma Watson are apparently dating"Neither Harry nor Emma have confirmed the rumour, and the Daily Express Online has contacted both their representatives for official comment.

Author JK Rowling might be someone we generally regard as a total and utter god, but we've got more than a few bones to pick with her today after an interview with Emma Watson where she's revealed that she actually regrets marrying Hermione Granger to Ron Weasley at the end of the series.

As if that wasn't enough of a bombshell to be going on with, it turns out she has another man in mind for Hermy - Harry Potter. The total and utter revelation that may have just rocked the foundations of every single one of our childhoods came as JK sat down with Emma for a chat as part of the new issue of Wonderland Mag.Interviewing the mind behind Hermione, who Emma spent most of her teenage years bringing to life, she questioned the way Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows finishes."I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfilment," JK told Emma, explaining that it might not have been the most credible choice of ending.A party also shows he’s fun and not stuffy."He’s smitten – and it’s more than Emma's looks."The site reports the pair have been secretly dating since Emma split from her rugby player beau Matthew Janney at the end of last year.The news of the couple courting has spread like wildfire on the web with many congratulating the pair before any official announcement.One Twitter user said: "Oh PLEASE let Emma Watson and Prince Harry be actually dating PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE we deserve this we've been so good"Another added: "Emma Watson and Prince Harry? SHE DESERVES IT."It would seem Harry Potter fans and royal lovers are uniting in their hopes the rumour about Harry and Emma is true.Many a joke about 'muggle' babies is being cracked - a word penned by Harry Potter writer JK Rowling to describe non-wizards in her book.