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'Dramione!': 'Harry Potter' Fans Are Convinced That Emma Watson And Tom Felton Are Dating

A holiday snap of former 'Harry Potter' co-stars Emma Watson and Tom Felton has got the Potterverse in an absolute spin.

Actor and musician Tom Felton -- who played the villainous Draco Malfoy in the 'Potter' films -- uploaded a sweet photo to Instagram of himself with Emma -- who played Hermione Granger -- in South Africa, which fans are taking as proof that they're definitely an item.

The pair are pictured in their PJs on a couch with Tom tenderly showing Emma a few chords on his guitar.

"Quick learner," wrote Felton, signing the caption off with an 'x'.

The possible relationship has divided 'Harry Potter' fans, with some very attached to the notion that Gryffindor's Hermione Granger would never consider dating someone like Draco Malfoy of Slytherin.

You know, even though Tom and Emma aren't actual fictional characters themselves.

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Potter fans have dubbed the couple 'Dramione' and have been passionately discussing the photo in the comments section on Instagram.

"Dramione is a horrible couple to ship. Draco was shit to her and it romanticized men being abusive towards women," wrote one fan before later adding that "Feltson would be cute as heck if they got together".

Others are all about the potential pairing of the co-stars who have known each other for nearly 20 years.

"MY DRAMIONE HEART AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH IM LEGIT SCREAMING," said one very excited commenter.

One keen 'Harry Potter' fan noted that there was a clear divide between 'Dramione' fans and 'Drarry' supporters -- aka those who long for a hookup between Draco and Harry.

"There are two types of people in this comments: Dramione shippers and drarry shippers who are look [ing] in the comments to make sure drarry is still alive after this. 😂 DRARRY WILL STAY FOREVER."

Which is just proof that we're way behind on what's happening in the world of 'Harry Potter' fan fiction.

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