Emma Watson Flaunts Toned Abs in Tiny Designer Bandeau Top

The actress and director stars in a new Prada Beauty campaign.
Emma Watson

Emma Watson.


Emma Watson is giving her fans something to talk about with her latest Prada Beauty campaign. On June 8, the 33-year-old Little Women star shared a snapshot from her partnership with the brand on Instagram, much to the delight of her 71.9 million followers.

Watson was photographed outdoors for the snap and wore a black Prada bandeau top that perfectly displayed her toned stomach. The top was paired with an orange mini skirt featuring a mid-length train, as well as a black designer handbag and white open-toed heels. She held the purse up with two fingers as she struck a pose for the camera.

“💛.. Never the same, always myself,” the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone actress wrote in her caption.

The photo quickly racked up three million likes and tons of positive comments from Watson’s followers.

“The wizard wears Prada,” one person quipped.

“omfg she’s in her hot girl summer era u guys,” another fan observed.

“Admit it, she’s the crush of all the late 90’s and early 2000’s kids,” someone else stated.

When Watson became the face of Prada Beauty last August, she made her directorial debut and stepped behind the lens for one of the brand’s campaigns. She crafted an artsy ad that she also starred in for the Prada Paradoxe fragrance.

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