In a thrilling move for Harry Potter fans, JK Rowling has given a glimpse into the boy wizard's life after Hogwarts thanks to Rita Skeeter and her poison pen. The new Harry Potter story is posted on Rowling's website pottermore. Written in the tabloid hack's distinctive insinuating tone, Rita brings Potter fans up-to-date with Dumbledore's Army - the first inkling of their adult lives since Rowling's Deathly Hallows epilogue. But of course, Rita - famous for her Quick Quotes Quill - writes a sensationalist portrait of the three best friends Harry, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger - "no longer the fresh-faced teenagers they were in their heyday, but nevertheless recognisable" - as they arrive in Patagonia for the sporting event of the year. Harry is now a dark wizard hunter and has two sons James and Albus with his wife Ginny Weasley as well as a foster son.
Rowling has posted a new addition to the Harry Potter series on her website Pottermore. It takes the form of a gossip column written in the voice of Rita Skeeter. As first reported by Bookseller , while Rowling has written books and bits about the Harry Potter universe since publishing the last book, this is the first time she's addressed how these characters have developed as adults since the epilogue. Skeeter speculates about Harry Potter's "nasty cut over his right cheekbone" and snarks about how he's still wearing his round glasses "that some might say are better suited for a style-deficient twelve-year-old".
You fail to recognize that it matters not what someone is born, but what they grow up to be! Right Here. And this is a little bit of both. OK this one contains a lot of fluff, so if you feel like reading something sweet, this story is for you. Breaking up is hard to do, but Ron and Hermione are about to discover that putting the pieces back together is even harder.
And while seeing Harry's son in his Hogwarts robes, as well as his middle aged parents, is enough to make everyone feel things, the new images of the play's Granger-Weasleys will only do that, and then some. Yes, Ron and Hermione are grown-up, too, and their daughter Rose is attending Hogwarts, too. But how do you live up to having a mother who was the "cleverest witch in her year" at school?