The stars attend the final Harry Potter premiere on one of the biggest red carpets ever.
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The final ever Harry Potter premiere has taken place under sunny skies.
Fans who were camping out for days caught a glimpse of the stars in Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square on a red carpet which was 3/4 of a mile long.
The evening ended with plenty of tears with Emma Watson and JK Rowling both reaching for the tissues in front of thousands of fans.
You can see all the photos from a spectacular event below but first watch Heart's Charlie Girling chatting to the stars on the red carpet.
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