Is Daniel Radcliffe in the Philippines’ Boracay island? 

Accio Boracay!

Keep calm and book a flight — you might just encounter a riddikulus celebrity sighting.

Facebook and Instagram fan pages dedicated to Daniel Radcliffe are posting a picture of the British actor jogging barefoot along what looks like one of the less crowded beaches around Boracay island in the Philippines.

According to Royal Academy of Hogwarts PH, Daniel is on a “private vacation” at one of the world’s best islands and “staff of the hotel he’s staying in are not allowed to take pictures for [the sake of] privacy.”

BREAKING NEWS: Daniel Radcliffe was seen having his Private vacation in Boracay. The staffs of that said hotel were not allowed to capture any photo of him for privacy.PS: Please bring me to boracay ~

Posted by Royal Academy of Hogwarts PH on Sunday, April 21, 2019

 

Instagrammer @daniel9340 posted an uncaptioned photo showing what the other fans are raving about.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwkfu8jnE2Q/

The star rose to fame for his titular role in the Harry Potter film series, based on novels by J.K. Rowling. Following the success of the film series, he has since played crucial roles in other movies including The Woman in Black and Victor Frankenstein, plus Broadway plays such as Equus and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

If the viral posts are indeed true, we’re not so surprised. We recently got reacquainted with the newly reopened island and saw why Boracay remains as the Philippines’ most iconic beach destination. It’s currently on a phased reopening, and there seems to be a new resolve in the air, as locals and tourists join forces to keep the island at its best.

Cebu Pacific flies daily from its Manila, Cebu and Clark hubs to Caticlan and Kalibo, where you can get a van and then a boat to Boracay island. cebupacificair.com

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