There were a couple of days when I just didn’t want to come out from under the duvet. At first, I wasn’t sure if I should allow myself to be upset by it, but then I ­realised I needed to give myself 24 hours to sulk and then move forward.”

She added: “I’m no expert, and when people push me into a corner of ‘here’s Emma Watson to lecture you on ­feminism’, it’s uncomfortable because I am aware I have a long way to go.”

Thanks to the Harry Potter franchise, which she joined aged 10, she is ­estimated to be worth £57million. She once confessed: “I have way too much money to know what to do with.”

Emma has proved she is ­ambitious, saying: “I just want to keep making films that are on the same level and quality of Harry Potter – but not necessarily with the same budgets, or fan base.”