Emma Watson enjoys a magical night at the theatre with fellow Burberry model Georgie Craig
Just last week she appeared distraught while filming the final scenes for the last of the Harry Potter films.
But life goes on, as they say, and Emma Watson is getting on with everyday life taking time out to watch a production of Michael Morpurgo's War Horse at the New London Theatre.
And she was accompanied by a male companion to watch the new play, a friend who was definitely not her most recent boyfriend Rafael Cebrian.
Her male companion was in fact one of the models she worked with on a recent Burberry campaign, George Craig.
The 19-year-old is also frontman for rock band One Night Only, for whom the drummer is his brother James - one time drummer for indie band Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong.
Emma and Georgie can be seen working closely together in a behind the scenes video from the Mario Testino shoot, and they appeared to get on famously.
Relative unknown Craig and his band's debut album Started a Fire was released in February 2008, and charted at No. 10 on the U.K. Top 40 Album Chart.
Burberry designer and creative director Christopher Bailey, a self-proclaimed fan of George's band was so impressed by Craig that he cast him in the 2009 ad campaign alongside Emma.
He is also featured in the campaign for men's fragrance Burberry The Beat For Men.
Bailey has said: 'He’s an incredibly talented young British musician. I love George’s energy and his effortless style.
'He’s also a joy to work with, and it just so happens that he comes from my native Yorkshire in England.'
Last night Emma went for a laid back look in a bold shoulder leopard print top with tight black skinny jeans and heels.
While musician and model Georgie looked cool in a blue mac, black jeans and a striped T-shirt.
The pair rocked up to see War Horse, a production adapted by Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris for the stage, billed as a 'thrilling and spectacular production' based on Morpurgo's celebrated novel.
Set in the First World War it is a tale of the extraordinary bond between a young recruit and his horse.
The actors in the production work with life-sized puppets, created by the internationally renowned Handspring Puppet Company, to take audiences on a journey through history.
Emma is certainly enjoying the single life since her split from boyfriend Jay Barrymore.
Up until last month she was dating fellow Brown University student Rafael Cebrian.
Dark-haired Cebrian was voted the fifth most eligible bachelor in Spain earlier and is the son of Juan Luis Cebrian, the owner of a media conglomerate and co-founder of El Pais newspaper.
The Spanish-born 20-year-old is also a musician, playing drums in rock band called The Monomes.
Emma and Cebrian were spotted kissing at an ice hockey match at New York's Madison Square Garden at the end of last year.
The young actress who earned £19million in 2009 and was ranked number 6th on Forbes magazine's list of Most Valuable Young Stars was pictured filming the final scenes of the last of the Harry Potter movies in Stevenage last week.
She appeared in a sombre mood, as did co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.
The final episode in the series will see the three friends propelled into the future, where we will see them as middle-aged parents.
Watson, who plays Hermione Granger in the movies, recently told the Evening Standard: 'None of us could say that we predicted this kind of love and recognition. It’s just incredible.
'I feel like someone’s dying, I know that sounds like an exaggeration but I really do.
'I’m not planning to do anything this summer - I’m going to need time to collect myself and get myself back together a bit'