Emma Watson - Emma Watson can't commit to living in one place
Emma Watson finds it hard to commit to living in one place but admits she wants to feel ''safe''.
Emma Watson finds it hard to commit to living in one place.
The 'Noah' actress has a home in London and also a property in America while she's studying at Brown University in Rhode Island and says she can't decide where to settle down while she continues to live a jet-setting lifestyle.
Speaking in the May edition of Australia's ELLE magazine, she said: ''People are like, ''Where are you living? What are you doing?'' I don't know.
''I'm too young to decide right now if I want to live here or in New York or in LA or wherever else. And I really struggled for the answers the past three years. I should really know! I should really commit!''
The 23-year-old star, who is currently dating Oxford University student Matthew Janney, also insists she doesn't want a ''famous'' boyfriend but wishes she could protect her new love from the public eye and wants to feel ''safe'' at home.
She added: ''I was like, 'I need to find a way to always feel safe and at home within myself.' Because I can never rely on a physical place.''
Meanwhile, Emma feels as though she's grown up in the spotlight and admits it hasn't always been easy.
She said: ''Everyone has seen me with my terrible haircuts and my awful teeth and all the terrible things I wore and said.''