It was hard to part ways with young Potter co-stars: Julie Walters
London: Julie Walters has revealed that she felt sad shooting for her final scenes for the Harry Potter movies.
The 60-year-old actress plays motherly Molly Weasley in the Potter series. Lately, she finished work on the final movie - ``Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II.``
But Walters was teary on her last day on set as she found it difficult to part ways with her co-stars, including Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, having spent more than a decade watching them grow into adults.
"It was sad. They were all little tots when we started and now they are great big blokes and girls. I felt very sad on the last day. Being part of such a huge phenomenon was amazing. It has meant that a whole generation of children recognise me now," the Daily Star quoted Walters as telling Hello! magazine.
"Mind you, they don`t always, because I wear a wig and padding in the films, which even Daniel Radcliffe didn`t realise. I had to point out to him that it`s all birdseed under my dress," she added.