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'Harry Potter' Star Matthew Lewis Has Ultimate Retort After Tom Felton Posts Photo Standing Next To His Younger Self

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On a recent visit to Toronto, Tom Felton—the actor behind Draco Malfoy from the Harry Potter franchise—shared a hilariously self-deprecating shot from his visit to a Harry Potter exhibit.

While there, Felton donned a Slytherin robe and posed next to a picture of his younger self as Malfoy, looking...well, a bit rough around the edges.

On the Instagram post, he wrote:

"Agings a b****."

The self-deprecation was appreciated online.

@t22felton / Instagram

@t22felton / Instagram

@t22felton / Instagram

But it was one comment in particular, from one of Felton's Potter co-stars that took the prize.

Harry Potter co-star, Matthew Lewis, who portrayed Neville Longbottom, wrote:

"Speak for yourself lad!"

@mattdavelewis / t22felton / Instagram

For those who don't know, what makes this exchange so funny is just how well Matthew Lewis has aged.

He matured so well from his time as Neville Longbottom that he now has a term named after him. When a person ages particularly well, or becomes even more attractive as they age, the process is called "Longbottoming."

People online cheered Lewis's good natured ribbing.

@t22felton / Instagram

@t22felton / Instagram

@t22felton / Instagram

@t22felton / Instagram

Both of these men are attractive in their own rights.

Even if Lewis seems particularly gifted.

But really, there's no need to get physical.

There's still hope for you longbottoming yet, Tom!


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