Emma Watson beams as she shares a sweet hug with her dad Chris after enjoying family lunch in London
She's been jet-setting around the world filming and travelling with friends.
The Harry Potter star flashed a huge smile as she gave her lawyer dad a big hug goodbye after their reunion lunch.
Family time: Emma Watson was back home in London on Tuesday, catching up with her father Chris over lunch for two before sharing a big hug goodbye
The actress dressed for the chilly UK temperatures in a colorful striped sweater teamed with wide-legged black trousers and trainers.
With barely a scrap of makeup on, the star, 29, showed off her youthful looks.
Emma didn't seem to want the meet-up with her father to end as the two shared a lingering hug before she set off in a taxi.
Emma's dad Chris and her mother Jacqueline Luesby divorced when the actress was five. She lived with her mother in Oxford, spending weekends with Chris at his London home, after living in Paris before the divorce.
Good to see you! The Harry Potter star flashed a huge smile as she gave her lawyer dad a hug after their reunion lunch
During an interview with Vanity Fair in 2017, Emma touched upon her relationship with her father following the divorce, explaining that their shared love of reading has helped them forge a close bond.
'Books gave me a way to connect with my father,' she said. 'Some of my most precious and treasured moments... I just remember him reading to me before bed and how he used to do all the different voices. I grew up on film sets, and books were my connection to the outside world.'
Emma, who recently split from Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe, has also previously revealed that her parents' divorce has helped shape her own relationships, telling Porter Magazine in 2016 that 'as a child of divorce I am endlessly fascinated with finding the perfect formula for making it work.'
Low key: The actress dressed for the chilly UK temperatures in a colorful striped sweater teamed with wide-legged black trousers and trainers
‘I think the biggest lesson I learnt is that there aren’t any rules. Sit with the discomfort. Don’t run away from it.’
Emma has been busy with work recently and will next appear on screen in the latest adaptation of Little Women.
The actress replaced Emma Stone in the role of Meg March in Greta Gerwig's big-screen take on the Louisa May Alcott's 1868 novel.
Starring role: Emma has been busy with work recently and will next appear on screen in the latest adaptation of Little Women
Meryl Streep, Laura Dern, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, and Timothée Chalamet also star in the drama - which hits US theaters December 25 and UK theaters December 26.
And on August 4, the UN Goodwill Ambassador helped launch a free legal advice line (020 7490 0152) for those in England and Wales suffering from sexual harassment at work.
'It finally feels like people are realising the scale of the problem, and I'm certainly hopeful that with global standards such as the recent International Labour Organisation treaty on harassment at work, we'll start to see a new climate of prevention and accountability on this issue domestically,' the Time's Up activist told The Telegraph.
Family: Set in 1860s New England, the film follows the journey of four sisters - Meg ( Emma Watson), Amy (Florence Pugh), Jo (Saoirse Ronan) and Beth (Eliza Scanlen) - as they battle societal expectations