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Harry Potter- The Warner Brother Studios

Hi guys, so I said that I'd make it up to you and here is how I am doing it. ANOTHER UPDATE! Whoooo!! Okay, today I am going to talk about the studios in which the famous film 'Harry Potter' films were recorded. I did like 'Harry Potter as a kid but wasn't the biggest fan in the world. Although, visiting the studios made me want to be an even bigger fan. 
Earlier this year, I had an amazing chance to see Oliver Phelps ( George Weasley I think ), I took this opportunity and used it to my advantages, so I called him over by the name 'Weasley' , as I didn't know his name because he has a twin, he came over and spoke to me, then signed my sisters book! Amazing I tell you. He was so kind and as funny as he seems in the films. At the minute I have a thing for Tom Felton ( Draco Malfoy ) I always seem to go for the 'bad boys' ;) He is in a new series at the minute, Murder In The First, he is the main character. If you get a chance to watch it, please do.

Okay, now that my rambling is over, lets get on with the review...

If like me you grew up with ‘Harry Potter’ being part of your childhood then going to the Warner Brothers studio is a must.

I had the good fortune to visit it as my younger sister and my mum were massive fans. I must admit I was not such a follower but after taking the tour felt myself compelled to watching all the films all over again.

Now I knew how the wonderfully magical sets and creatures were made, it was a delight to go through the films seeing them in a different light. I even found myself shouting out, “We stood there!”  I challenge you not to do the same after you have been to this amazing place.

Every corner you turned whilst you were there took you into another part of the film. Diagon Alley was smaller than I imagined as was the Great Hall but did not deter from how wonderful it was to walk through them. I felt like a muggle who had a sneak peek into the magical world, like I shouldn't have been                                             seeing what my eyes were taking in. 

One of my favourite parts was hands down the ride on a broomstick in front of a green screen, for a souvenir photo. This was then followed by the famous cup of butter beer, outside the house in Privet Drive. Another photo opportunity. A word of warning though, you will undoubtedly end up with a butter beer moustache! I learnt that the hard way unfortunately!

The tour finished with one of the highlights, the beautiful set of Hogwarts castle. A model any child would love to play with I am sure of it. It’s huge and so full of detail, you almost feel like if you looked in the windows you could see the students walking around, going about their everyday life at school.

Finally….the shop.  I think everyone going out ended up with a wand of their own and as for the chocolate frogs …..They are delicious!

Another thing is Emma Watson's He For She campaign which Emma Watson has organised and many celebrities have gotten involved. The campaign is trying to get gender equality, men all across the world have taken part to make this campaign go global. 213,765 men across the world have got involved to support Emma and the rest of the world, to help change the gender equality rights. Emma started He For She to make people recognize how differently different genders are treated, and to raise awareness about this. If you are reading this, please try to get as involved as possible with Emma Watson's He For She campaign.

Book Recommendation: Today I decided to switch things up and do a book review instead of a music recommendation. The book that I am reading at the minute is After by Anna Todd. If like me you are a One Direction fan and have a Wattpad account, you will have probably heard or even read this book. It is part of a three book series and is around 100 (short!) chapters long. If you are not a One Direction fan, don't worry, due to Copyright the One Direction boys and there (ex) girlfriends have had to be replaced. It is about a goody-too-shoes girl named Tessa who has a 'safe' two year boyfriend Noah. She is leaving for University (college if you're American), gets roomed with a punk girl who is friends with a punk boy named Hardin. Things start escalating quickly and Tessa gets a bit caught up in the moment. You will have to read the books to find out the rest...

A Note from MEEE: I know today I have rambled on a lot today, but there is plenty of information to hopefully keep you entertained. Tell me what you want to hear next, I'd love to hear from you. Tell me about your past experiences with school, meeting celebrities, or even who your favourite artist/band are at the minute and why. Don't forget to follow me on Twitter and Bloglovin'. Talk to you later my loveliesss...


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