Even the waiting was really fun, my friends and I ordered pizza and ate it whilst revelling in the jealous glances of the people around us in the queue, and played Harry Potter happy families.
We were also super happy to have our poster featured on the livestream and highlights video!
After the premiere was one of the best parts of the day, we met up with a friend off twitter who was lovely, and a fellow fan came and talked to us who was really funny and cool and made the evening really fun! (shoutout to Jack from Ipswich who locked eyes with Jennifer Lawrence and doesn't give a flying fuck about football). Also, we went and stood outside the cinema afterwards, and whilst the cast had already left, we saw a load of youtubers! I had the pleasure of meeting my absolute favourite youtuber Jack Howard who took about 7 selfies of us on my friend’s phone and indulged my request for hug. I would have loved the meet any youtuber whose content I enjoy but the fact that it was Jack who is my favourite content creator out there was unbelievably rad. I didn’t stop smiling for about an hour afterwards!
The next day we went around London, and although we almost missed our tube stop a couple of times, the second day was almost as fun as the first! We visited the Paddington Bear designed by Emma Watson outside of Harrods; saw the poppy display for remembrance day which was extremely moving, I’d never really thought about the sheer number of men who died until I saw how huge the poppy display featuring over 880,000 poppies was; and went to Platform 9 ¾, a must do for every Potterhead!
They were definitely two of the greatest days of my life and I was very reluctant to leave London afterwards, however, I’m just really super happy that it happened rather than sad that it’s over.