Harry Potter fans go wild over Weasley twin actor James Phelps' huge bulge as he reunites with co-star Tom Felton

HARRY Potter fans got hot under their robes today after spotting what looked like a very large wand in actor James Phelps’ pocket.

The star – best known for playing Fred Weasley in the Harry Potter franchise – headed out on the golf course with his co-star Tom Felton, 33,  yesterday for a round.

Tom, who played Draco Malfoy, shared a series of pictures from their reunion and while fans loved seeing them together – they were also impressed with something else. 

One person remarked: “That’s some wand.”

While someone else cheekily asked: “Is that a crease in his trousers or is he just a big boy 😂🍆😳.”

And someone else added: “Pls tell me y’all see what I see.”

James, 35, and Tom’s onscreen characters famously didn’t get on but in real life they are close friends.

James’ twin brother Oliver, who played George,  isn’t thought to be such a fan of golf though so often leaves them to it on the golf course. 

And it seems James is quite the pro because he usually beats Tom – much to the amusement of their fans.

Tom referenced their Harry Potter characters as he captioned their latest snap.

He wrote: “Even a life long Slytherin , will (occasionally) let a Weasley win #🐍>🦁.”

James and Oliver have been busy with a podcast in recent months called Normal Not Normal.

The stars have been joined by a whole host of their famous friends from Harry Potter including Katie Leung, Evanna Lynch as well as the likes of James Haskell and Nadiya Hussain. 

Meanwhile the Harry Potter cast have been in mourning following the death of Helen McCrory, who played Tom’s onscreen mum. 

Helen played Narcissa Malfoy – the wife of Lucius Malfoy and mother of Draco – in the final three Harry Potter movies.

The Hollywood actress, who also starred in films such Skyfall and as well as the Peaky Blinders TV series, passed away peacefully last week after a secret battle with cancer.

Tom told his fans that Helen had helped to "shape him as a person" on and off screen.

The actor took to social media to share the touching post, writing: "So sad to say farewell so suddenly – I never took the chance to tell her, but she helped shape me as a person so much – on & off screen.

"She was always relentlessly herself- razor sharp wit – silver tongued – kind & warm hearted – she suffered no fools yet had time for everyone.

"Thank you for lighting the way forward & holding my hand when I needed it xx."

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