Emma Watson always calls her 'Harry Potter' co-star Daniel Radcliffe when she needs advice and says he is the ''one I turn to'' for help.
The 'Harry Potter' actress - who plays class swot Hermione Granger in the movie franchise - can always rely on her co-star to make her feel better when she's feeling down.
She told Vanity Fair magazine: "At the end of the day, when something goes badly, he's the one I turn to and talk it over with."
However, she does admit Daniel, who plays Harry, has his faults, saying: "Some of the most interesting conversations I've had have been with him. Daniel is incredibly articulate. but he doesn't budge, so it drives me crazy. I'll be stumbling into the trailer in the morning, and he'll be playing something just very loud and abrasive."
Emma also revealed she found it difficult to hug Daniel in the first 'Harry Potter' movie because she was so young.
She said: "You cannot imagine as a nine-year-old girl how embarrassing it is even just to hug a boy. You just don't do that."
She said: "I'd go to Rupert when I needed cheering up. He's just fun."