In an interview with Vogue Italia, the 25-year-old actress recalled what she most disliked about Hermione in 2001's Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
"When I see the images of the first 'Harry Potter,' I immediately think of how ugly my hair was," Emma told the fashion magazine.
Oof, Emma. You may need to cast an Accio spell to summon up some forgiveness, should Harry Potter fans take issue with such a huge jab at Hermione's famously towering, tousled tresses.
Hermione's huge hair was a part of her charm and took nothing away from the fact that she was a total #bosschick. That said, we're not too outraged by Emma's admission. Sure — she's all about feminism, constantly drops #truthbombs that every woman can benefit from, called out sexism in Hollywood and even launched the HeForShe gender equality campaign. All that awesomeness might make her appear to be a superwoman to many, but the fact that she openly admitted she wasn't feelin' Hermione's hair just makes her that much more relatable.
Although Hermione was the epitome of #hairstruggles, there's nothing wrong with intelligent, accomplished women like Emma wanting those locks on fleek at all times.