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Harry Potter star Tom Felton denies baby rumors


Harry Potter star Tom Felton has taken to his Twitter page to set straight rumors that he is the father of a love child after learning about an anonymous postcard which was put on the blog Post Secret, where users send their secrets on a postcard.

The postcard, which showed pictures of Tom Felton, Daniele Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, twins James and Oliver Phelps, Jason Isaacs and Alan Ricman, had the following message: “”One of these men is the father of the most amazing little girl in the world. He’s never met her, he never will. He probably can’t even remember my name.”

Felton, who plays villain Draco Malfoy in the wizard series, insisted that he is not the Harry Potter star implicated in the message, saying: “My friend just found this on the web! just to confirm that i can be cancelled out of this equation lol.”

The 23-year-old actor, who fans can look forward to seeing in his upcoming movie Caesar: Rise of the Apes, is a nature boy at heart and in an interview with Scholastic News said: “I am generally more and more in my comfort zone in the wild. The only time I can really relax is up a tree or somewhere outside. I love being outside.”

Throw that in with the fact that he “incredibly romantic”, and it is easy to understand why the dashing young lad has so many female fans and such a lovely, not to mention beautiful, girlfriend.

Speaking in an interview about his longtime girlfriend Jade Olivia, also in the film industry, Felton said: “Once every couple of months, I do things properly. I get roses, teddy bears and balloons. It sounds corny, but I also write songs about Jade and play ballads on the guitar.”

Rise of the Apes, which is due to be released in 2011 and also starring Freida Pinto, is a “reality-based cautionary tale set in set in present-day San Francisco, where man’s own experiments with genetic engineering lead to the development of intelligence in apes and the onset of a war for supremacy.”

Read here about Harry Potter and his mental health disorders.

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