Emma Watson was photographed enjoying her vacation on a beach in the Caribbean on Monday (January 6, 2014). The "Harry Potter" star was joined during her holiday by her new boyfriend Matt Janney, whom she started dating in December following a rugby match at Twickenham Stadium in London. The young couple got super cosy with each other as they walked hand-in-hand along the beach. They were not shy to show their feelings for each other in public, with the new pair kissing and cuddling in the surf after their romantic stroll on the white sands. Looking comfortable and relaxed on the sun-kissed beach, Emma Watson put her toned body on full display in a black halterneck bikini that she teamed with a shell-shaped pendant. The “Bling Ring” actress wore free makeup and finished off her look with a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses. Meanwhile, her boyfriend Matt Janney went shirtless in lime green striped drawstring shorts that showed off his six-pack torso and golden tan. The handsome athlete completed his appearance with a pair of dark shades.
Emma Watson and her new boyfriend Matt Janney were spotted getting cosy during their vacation in the Caribbean on Monday (January 6, 2014). The couple began dating after the British beauty split up with her ex-boyfriend Will Adamowicz over the last summer.
Emma Watson covered herself in a towel while her boyfriend Matt Janney went shirtless in a pair of lime green striped drawstring shorts on January 6, 2014. They found a pair of sun loungers to perch on after their dip in the ocean.
The six-foot-one athlete, who is currently studying a degree in languages at Oxford’s Oriel College, could speak French, Spanish and Russian. He did one-month work experience at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, a law firm in Paris before enrolling in Oxford.
Matt Janney was the latest in a long line of Emma Watson’s boyfriends, which included actor Tom Felton, rugby player Tom Ducker, reality star Francis Boulle, Roberto Aguire and a millionaire's son Will Adamowicz.
Emma Watson’s new boyfriend Matt Janney, who was two years her junior, was dubbed Oxford’s most eligible bachelor.