'Chronicles of Narnia' star Georgie Henley hopes she will be able to follow in the career path of 'Harry Potter' actress Emma Watson.
The 'Chronicles of Narnia' star is currently studying to take her GCSE exams at school but hopes to continue acting, and after observing how the 'Harry Potter' actress and her co-star Daniel Radcliffe have coped with life after the fantasy franchise, she wants to continue with her education before taking on more work.
Georgie said: "Daniel's making a successful career for himself, whereas Emma Watson is studying at university, so they're kind of polar opposites. And I definitely would take her approach more because I would like to go to university too.
"But Daniel is going great guns because he didn't want to be typecast as Harry Potter and he's managed to break out of that."
The 15-year-old star - who was just nine years old when she was cast in the movie series as Lucy Pevensie - insists her career hasn't meant she missed out on her childhood.
She added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I was definitely thrown in at the deep end. I've always thought I had a great childhood, with just bits added on."