Harry Potter stars Emma Watson and Tom Felton reunite for Guitar lessons.

Harry Potter stars Emma Watson, and Tom Felton demonstrated that their off-screen kinship is as yet going solid as they rejoined for a guitar exercise.

Felton, 31, distributed a photo of him showing the on-screen character how to play the guitar while she visited him in South Africa.

In the sweet snap, distributed on his Instagram page, he subtitled the picture: “Speedy student x.”

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Quick learner x

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It shows up Emma, 29, as of late flew out to meet Tom, 31, in South Africa where he was working diligently shooting another motion picture. Making for a reasonably sweet minute, the besties are imagined sitting in their nightwear playing the guitar with Tom giving the on-screen character a one-on-one exercise. The entertainer has played the instrument for a long time, having recently distributed recordings on YouTube of tunes he has composed. He has since discharged singles on the web.

Watson, 29, previously published a video of the pair skateboarding in Venice Beach, California, in November. In the clip, they are seen wheeling along a boardwalk as Felton says: “Easy with the wobbling! Keep your feet still!” She later distributed a photo of the pair together, advancing another TV arrangement Felton featured in called Origin. “Tom’s Origin is out on fourteenth November. Congratulations, dear companion,” she subtitled the picture.

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🌴🀑 Tom’s @origin_series is out on 14th November. Congrats dear friend. #TFToleratingmysubparskatingskillssince1999.

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An avid Harry Potter fan even created a ship name for Tom and Emma’s Harry Potter characters Hermione and Draco – Dramione – so it would seem that Gryffindor and Slytherin are more than capable of getting along in real life after all. Despite the students of Hogwarts parting ways on-screen eight years ago, Emma and Tom have maintained a close friendship since.

During an appearance on The Jonathan Ross appear: ‘In the middle of the ages of 10 and 12, I liked Tom Felton. ‘We cherish a trouble maker, and he was a couple of years more established, and he had a skateboard. Also, that did it truly. He used to do stunts on it. He was so cool.’