Bonnie Wright shows off her support for the Lumos Foundation in this picture from Twitter.
The 25-year-old actress and director, who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films, shared words of wisdom from author J.K. Rowling on social media.
“‘We don’t need magic to transform our world we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already’ – J.K. Rowling,” she started off with the quote on Instagram.
Bonnie added, “Every child deserves the right to a family. Join us at Lumos in the #WeAreLumos Worldwide campaign. Stand up against the unfair institutionalisation of children with this limited edition tshirt.”
Bonnie is also pictured out to lunch with a friend in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Thursday (September 22).
The 24-year-old British actress, who starred as Ginny Weasley in the films, told JJJ, “As a young actor I was incredibly fortunate to have worked with Alan and be exposed to his graceful methods. He had that rare ability to shift the energy of a set the moment he walked on. I will never forget his deep, measured and theatrical voice. He will be missed by the Potter family.”
The 24- and 29-year-old British actresses spoke at the event for the #UpForSchool initiative which aims to make education a priority on the first day of the adoption of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The event included a celebration of the 10 million people from around the world who have stood up for every child’s right to go to school by signing the #UpForSchool petition, which is now the biggest ever petition on education which will be delivered to world leaders to demand change.
10+ pics inside of Bonnie Wright and Laura Carmichael…