"This Is the End" for Emma Watson's latest long-term romance.
The British actress, who is of course best known for playing Hermione in the "Harry Potter" flicks, is back on the market after ending her romance with Will Adamowicz, whom she met while studying at Oxford in 2011 and was first photographed with at the Coachella Musical Festival in 2012.
"Emma and Will separated last summer and are no longer in touch," a spokesperson for the 23-year-old told Yahoo on Monday.
The rep's confirmation comes after a photo of Adamowicz celebrating New Year's Eve in New York hit the web. The pic, which came from Facebook and was picked up by the U.K. tabloid newspaper The Mirror, showed the Oxford graduate with a white powdery substance on the table in front of him. However, he vehemently denied any wrongdoing to the newspaper, reportedly saying, "The picture is not compromising. … They are not drugs. … I don't take any drugs."
Regardless, Watson has already long since moved on. And the "Bling Ring" star is back in the dating game, which she has said isn't easy for her, especially due to her celebrity status.
"It's difficult on my dating life, because anyone I get photographed with is automatically my boyfriend," she said to Glamour in 2012. "So it just makes it look as if I've had, like, 6,000 boyfriends!"
And the pickup lines she gets? Ugh — they're awful.
"The very worst are those that say, 'Are you the girl from Harry Potter?" she told The Telegraph in April. "The worst date I've ever been on was a guy who told me he couldn't be friends with fat people or anyone who was unattractive. I realized pretty quickly that he was a nutter."
She's also talked about the stark contrast between dating American men versus British.
"English guys are very well put together," she said on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2012. "They dress really well and they are very well mannered. But they are also very restrained. Usually in the whole courting situation, I'm used to being first of all, ignored for the first two months of the ritual. And then maybe they'll acknowledge my presence. Then, they'll probably be a little mean to me.
"Then I arrive in America," she continued, "and I remember a few nights into Brown [University], this guy just being like, 'I like you. You're great. Let's go on a date. Let's do it.' I'm like, 'I'm sorry, what just happened?' This is like a huge culture shock for me. They're very like open and very straight-forward — but they wear flip-flops and I don't know if I like that."
May her next boyfriend have a great pickup line … and footwear.
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