At 11, money is the least of your problems, perhaps, you have not an inkling of how hard it is to earn. But for highly celebrated actress Emma Watsons, she definitely knows the feeling of taking home big sums of cash after she was cast as the iconic Hermione in the hit film adaptation of Harry Potter. However, she didn't get to touch her own earnings till she reached 18, and some of her expenses will blow your mind.
When she turned 18, the Beauty and the Beast star celebrated with a grand gift to herself; a posh chalet that is worth $1.2 million, which barely scratched her $12-million fortune. There's not a doubt that Emma is willing to spend tons on ski accommodation, she adores the sport!
Another proof that Emma can go big when it comes to properties is her London house that came with a $3.3-million price tag, a piece of information which she was not confident to share. This is because she used an offshore company to get the residence for her.
In 2016, when an anonymous individual leaked a list of people and their financial conditions, also called the Panama Papers, Emma's name was included. Apparently, the actress has an offshore company, Falling Leaves, in the British Virgin Islands. Although it is unclear how much it is worth, it is safe to assume that it’s millions.
The Brown University alum is smart because she spends enough on security. Her avid fans would know that she doesn’t permit selfies and that may be born out of the 2013 incident when a stalker followed her at work. As such, Emma is scared that her supporters could post the photo immediately after taking it and her location would be revealed.
According to reports, Emma had also tapped a former officer from NYPD to be her bodyguard. Denise, who always follows her around, allegedly pockets $110,000 annually for his service to the star.
Emma is not just laudable for her beliefs but she is also impactful for her good deeds. Last year, the activist gave away $1.4 million to a UK organization called Justice and Equality Fund, a group that combats discrimination, assault, and harassment.
Cosmetics and Skincare Products
Like most of us who are happy whenever we see our cabinets and drawers filled to the brim, Emma also feels giddy with beauty products. She admitted she loves makeup and the power it has to transform people, although she doesn’t really use much of it.