Lebanese Are Freaking Out About This Harry Potter Actor With A Beirut Bracelet


Harry Potter fans, rejoice! Rupert Grint, aka Ron Wesley, is now a proud owner (according to his picture) of the Love bracelet.

These bracelets don’t only show moral support to and the Lebanese people during these tough times. 100% of their proceeds go to rebuilding .

They are also now called the Bracelets of Change.

Rupert is a well-loved artist, especially among the many Harry Potter fans, so it is safe to say that a lot of Lebanese people were excited when they saw this picture.

Some of his other movies are Driving Lessons, Cherrybomb, Wild Target, The Unbeatables, Moonwalkers, etc.

Another celebrity who was also seen supporting after the explosion with the Love bracelet is none other than Sir Richard Branson.

Branson is an English business magnate, investor, author, and former philanthropist. He is the founder of Virgin Group, which today controls more than 400 companies in various fields.

Branson has guest starred, usually playing himself, on several television shows, including FriendsBaywatchBirds of a FeatherOnly Fools and HorsesThe Day Today, a special episode of the comedy Goodness Gracious Me and Tripping Over.

This bracelet supporting has been also seen worn by Gigi Hadid and Ed Sheeran.

It is just uplifting to see the amount of love Beirut is getting during these critical times. needs every little act of support right now and it’s good to see that so many people are not shunning away from helping in whatever way they can.

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