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Megan, la nueva “doble” de Emma Watson que tiene obsesionados a los fans de Harry Potter
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Megan Flockhart es una estudiante inglesa tan fan de Harry Potter que para Halloween del 2015 se vistió como Hermione Granger, una de las mejores amigas del joven mago.

Ese día cientos de personas resaltaron el gran parecido que consiguió con el personaje interpretado por Emma Watson, y comenzaron a viralizar fotos de ella.

‚ÄúEse a√Īo los comentarios se hicieron cotidianos tanto en persona como en las redes sociales. Algunos comentarios eran muy dulces, aunque hay otros que siento son demasiado intensos‚ÄĚ, explic√≥ al diario Metro. “La reacci√≥n ha sido incre√≠ble”, agreg√≥.

Cuando dej√≥ el disfraz de lado, el parecido con Watson se hizo a√ļn m√°s evidente, por lo que alcanz√≥ el reconocimiento popular como la doble de la actriz.

‚ÄúAunque me encantar√≠a creer que soy su doppelg√§nger, ella es hermosa y mi √≠dolo y al final del d√≠a termino siendo yo misma. Aunque s√≠ tengo ciertos rasgos, al final, mi √≠dolo es incre√≠ble‚ÄĚ, explic√≥.

“Actualmente no hago dinero con esto, se trata m√°s de una afici√≥n que comenz√≥ a partir de mi blog. Mi blog no es de Potter, aunque yo soy un gran Potterhead”, reconoci√≥.

Quiero ir a la Comic Con lo m√°s pronto que sea posible. Quiero conocer a otros cosplayers y, posiblemente, hacer colaboraciones con ellos. Quiero tener tanta diversi√≥n como sea posible y ver a d√≥nde me llevar√°”, finaliz√≥.

Not the most ideal coworker but Chewie means well @surfdogsglasgow #starwars

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"Other women are not my competition, I stand with them not against them" ūüíē Too often I see women tearing other women down, whether it‚Äôs about beauty standards or hobbies or relationships this culture of nit-picking other women needs to end in order for us to truly gain equality. It‚Äôs not particularly our fault, it‚Äôs a normal custom in society to pull another women down instead of big them up, we are brought up criticizing women for their relationships, clothing, make up, hair and basically anything else you can think of, we are brought up reading about a women‚Äôs fashion disaster instead of her accomplishments, we are brought up assessing a women‚Äôs relationships so harshly, this particularly comes from the media and then filters into our normal lives. I think the more we are aware that we are not in a competition with another women, the more we live our lives positively and break down the gender barriers that already exist. Life is much better and much lighter celebrating other women, rather than wanting them to fail for another‚Äôs personal gain. Stop putting other women down because unless they are negatively impacting your life then why try and negatively impact theirs? Stop (for lack of a better term) ‚Äúslut shaming‚ÄĚ stop making a women feel bad because of her make up or hair etc. If someone is pretty? Tell them they are pretty! If someone is talented? Tell them they are talented, encourage other women to achieve whatever they want to achieve in life. #positivevibes #positivity #feminism #feminist #positivequotes #women #womenpositivity @pansypath #leanintogether

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@evie.hood ūüíô

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Happy Easter! ūüźįūüćę‚̧ԳŹ

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I haven't posted a selfie with my Chip mug yet so here we are #beautyandthebeast #disney #disneyworld

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