The Harry Potter star and gender equality campaigner had not specifically endorsed any one candidate, but she hinted her support was with Democrat Hillary Clinton in a lengthy note posted on social media last month.
Read more: Donald Trump is the new president of the United States In the message, she underlined the fact the President-elect would be able to make decisions about how women and their bodies are treated, and urged her American fans to make their voices heard in the lead up to Tuesday's election, admitting that as a Brit, it had been "excruciating" to "sit on the sidelines" of the election in a country she considers her "second home". On Wednesday, as Trump fans and critics reacted to the surprise win, Emma revealed she was more motivated than ever to continue the fight for equal rights.
.@BooksSubway @BooksUndergrnd @DrMayaAngelou #Mom&Me&Mom #OurSharedShelf pic.twitter.com/sSXZBVFjLz — Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) November 9, 2016
As part of her He For She campaign work, the actress has been running a feminist book club, called Our Shared Shelf, and earlier this month, she joined London's Books On The Underground movement, in which "book fairies" leave their favourite reads on the transport network.
She decided to use the opportunity to spread the word about her book club's November recommendation, Maya Angelou's Mom & Me & Mom, and now she has taken the movement to the Big Apple.
Read more: Sneaky Emma Watson is hiding books all over London train stations "Today I am going to deliver Maya Angelou books to the New York subway," the United Nations Goodwill Ambassador wrote on Twitter. "Then I am going to fight even harder for all the things I believe in."
Today I am going to deliver Maya Angelou books to the New York subway. Then I am going to fight even harder for all the things I believe in. — Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) November 9, 2016
.@EmmaWatson As I told you a couple of hours ago: I love you xxx — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 9, 2016
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