Over the weekend, Emma Watson was honored with a Britannia Award for British Artist of the Year. “The British film industry hasn’t just been a workplace for me,” Watson said during her speech at the L.A. BAFTA ceremony. “It’s been the place that I grew up, it’s been a surrogate family, really.” To illustrate her point, she then described how her pet hamster, Millie, had a heart attack and died during the filming of the first Harry Potter movie. To comfort a 10-year-old Watson, the set crew built a small coffin lined with velvet and a little placard. She dedicated the award to Millie, but really, we know she meant the set crew.