Emma Watson reacts to ‘Harry Potter’ reunion photo mix-up with Emma Roberts

Emma Watson and Emma Roberts
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Will the real Hermione Granger please identify herself?!

Hogwarts’ finest are back, as the cast and crew of “Harry Potter” reunited for an HBO Max special to look back on the series, share behind-the-scenes memories, and comment on the franchise’s enormous success.

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However, viewers immediately noticed a photo mix-up that involved Emma Watson during the special, according to CNN.

While watching the HBO Max special, “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts," fans pointed out that a childhood picture of "American Horror Story" star Emma Roberts was mistakenly identified as Watson.

Watson appeared to not be upset by the mishap and shared the adorable snap from the special on her Instagram page.

“I was NOT this cute, @emmaroberts,” Watson wrote in the caption, along with a laughing emoji and the hashtag "#emmasistersforever."

Not to be left out, Roberts replied back to Watson.

"Haha!" Roberts wrote on her Instagram Stories, per EW. "I don't believe that! @emmawatson."

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Emma Roberts and Emma Watson arrive at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards at ExCel on October 20, 2007 in London, England Photo credit Getty Images

CNN confirmed that afters viewers of the special highlighted the photo error, HBO Max released an updated version of the reunion special.

Despite the mishap that took place during the reunion, Watson shared a memory of “falling in love” with Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy.

When crushing on Felton, Watson said that she was 11 while Felton was 14. She added that it turned out that she was treated like the “little sister.”

“I walked into the room where we were having tutoring,” Watson said. “The assignment that had been given was to draw what you thought God looked like, and Tom had drawn a girl with a backward cap on a skateboard.”

Watson added, “And I just don’t know how to say it – I just fell in love with him. I used to come in every day and look for his number on the call sheet, it was number seven, and if his name was on the call sheet, it was an extra exciting day. He was three years above me and so for him he was like, ‘You’re like my little sister.”

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