Harry Potter: 20 Crazy Facts About Harry and Hermione’s Relationship
Hermione and Ron did a lot more than kiss in the uncut version of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.". The epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows revealed that Hermione may Aberforth Dumbledore with Ron and Hermione in Harry Potter . Unfortunately, during Harry's one and only date with Cho, she began to. Author says she mistakenly wrote Hermione Granger and Ron Granger on the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Photo: REX.
She is undoubtedly one of the most deranged witches in the Harry Potter universe. To think that they would share something in common with Bellatrix is uncomfortable to think of, but it is true. Each of these situations is one that they would like to forget, but these harmful words are etched into their memories and bodies forever. It had readers genuinely questioning whether or not Ron and Harry would ever make up.
While Ron and Hermione had argued before — and even stopped speaking for a period of time — it was almost inconceivable that the two male friends would end their relationship. While Ron was off fighting his feelings of jealousy, Hermione stuck by Harry instead of following her husband-to-be. Through a time where Harry needed assistance finding a strategy to complete a very daunting First Task, Hermione stuck by him.
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Throughout the series, the arguments that involve both Harry and Hermione could only be classified as minor disagreements, which always result in the two of them understanding each other rather quickly without any bad blood left to brew between them. Hermione grew up with her two parents while Harry was "raised" by The Dursleys. In contrast, Ron has one of the most well-known pure-blood families in Britain. While Ron had been exposed to magic from the day he was born, both Harry and Hermione did not learn about it until they turned eleven and received their Hogwarts acceptance letters.
It resulted in a very large fight which caused Ron to leave the group. During his dramatic exit, he anticipated that Hermione would accompany him, yet she chose to stay with Harry and carry out the mission. Thankfully the group would end up being reunited, however the fact still remains that her initial instinct was to remain with Harry, not Ron.
Philosophers' Stone [ edit ] Hermione starts off this book as a smart, but very bossy and largely unattractive girl with rather large teeth. She is written as a "grind", the sort of person who is obsessed with rules and marks, and is quite unappealing. After Hallowe'en, however, she becomes friends with Harry and Ron, and later takes part in protecting the Philosopher's Stonehelping Harry to bypass the many obstacles leading to where it is being guarded. Chamber of Secrets [ edit ] Hermione develops a rapid crush on Gilderoy LockhartHogwarts' new Defence Against the Dark Arts instructor, resulting in possibly a bit more than an annoyed flicker from Ron.
While she never develops an attachment for Lockhart, she, along with many other girls in the school, seems entranced by him. Despite some clear evidence that his magical competence is limited, Hermione asks Madam Pince if she can keep the note Lockhart wrote giving her permission to check out a restricted library book.
It is only as the year continues, and Lockhart's competence is repeatedly challenged and found wanting, that Hermione finally loses interest in him. Towards year's end, Hermione is attacked and petrified by the Monster that has been released from the Chamber of Secrets.
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When we see her in the Hospital Wing, Ron seems more deeply affected than Harry. Prisoner of Azkaban [ edit ] Hermione is somehow managing to take twelve subjects during most of this book, though it drops to eleven after she gives up on Divination in mid-April. She is far too busy, even with the Time-turner to assist with her scheduling, to have much of a social life, and when we see her she is tired from overwork and snappish. When Hermione suggests to Professor McGonagallat Christmas, that Harry's new broom might be jinxed, this causes an estrangement between Hermione and the other two.
During this time, Hermione is working to try and secure a reprieve for Buckbeaka job that Harry and Ron promised to help with, but have somehow forgotten. The return of Harry's broom could have cured this separation, but Ron's pet rat, Scabbers immediately disappears, apparently eaten by Hermione's pet cat Crookshanksleaving Ron estranged from Hermione.
We learn from Hagrid that she is feeling this separation very deeply — she is often in tears when she visits him. The two of them do reconcile when they have to start work on Buckbeak's final appeal, but they remain at least outwardly friends, rather than anything more serious.
Goblet of Fire [ edit ] Ron is apparently infatuated with Fleur Delacoura Beauxbatons student and shortly the Beauxbatons Champion in the Triwizard Tournamentmuch to Hermione's disgust.
When Fleur comes over to the Gryffindor table to ask if they want their bouillabaisse, Ron is almost struck dumb. After she departs, Ron says that she must have some Veela in her ancestry.
Hermione is rather nettled by this, and says that nobody else is acting that silly about her, but Harry notices that many other students seem similarly struck by her. Viktor Krumwho arrived with the Durmstrang delegation, and has been chosen as their Champion in the Tournament, seems to appear in the library whenever Hermione is there. It is early in this term that the abortive duel between Harry and Draco Malfoy results in Hermione's already big teeth being dramatically over-enlarged by a stray curse.
In the Hospital Wing, Madam Pomfrey arranges to shrink them to their original size, but Hermione deliberately has her overdo it, so that they are the correct proportion for her face.
Matters come to a head at the Yule Ball. Ron invites Hermione to be his date apparently as a last resortbut Hermione already has a date - with Viktor Krum, who had haunted the library to get closer to Hermione. After three hours getting ready for the ball, Hermione is almost unrecognizably pretty.
Ron glowers at Hermione, livid with what the reader recognizes as jealousy, as she dances with Viktor. When she floats over to speak to Ron and Harry, Ron accuses her of "fraternizing with the enemy". After a row, Hermione angrily stalks off into the crowd, while Ron and Harry exit for a walk in the rose garden.
After the dance, Harry finds Ron and Hermione arguing in the Gryffindor common room. Hermione shouts that if Ron does not like it, then, "The next time there's a Ball, ask me before someone else does, and not as a last resort! It is obvious to Harry, and the reader, that Hermione understands the jealousy between them, while Ron quite clearly either does not, or is unwilling to accept it, and will not for some time.
In the Second Taskthe merpeople are holding someone valuable to each Champion deep under the lake. Hermione is the "hostage" that Krum is to rescue. When Harry returns to the surface with Ron and also Gabrielle, Fleur's sister, Hermione and Viktor are close to each other, talking privately; Hermione breaks away from Krum briefly to check on Harry and Ron.
Fleur is overjoyed at Gabrielle's rescue and gratefully kisses Harry, and also Ron, because he helped. Hermione is somewhat bothered by Fleur's attention to Ron, but is distracted by Viktor, who is apparently trying to retain Hermione's attention when she talks to Harry and Ron.
Shortly after, Rita Skeeter writes a scurrilous article for Witch Weekly suggesting Hermione is keeping both Harry and Viktor as lovers. Hermione wonders how Rita knew Viktor had invited her to visit him over the summer; Ron becomes upset at hearing about the invitation. A month before the Third Taskafter surveying where the task will take place, Krum asks Harry to walk with him.
Harry is amazed when Krum asks if Hermione is Harry's girlfriend, and Harry replies she most definitely is not; they are only friends, despite how much Hermione talks about him. As the Beauxbatons' carriage is about to depart, Fleur bids Harry goodbye.
Ron is once again almost completely tongue-tied in her presence, earning a vexed look from Hermione.
Order of the Phoenix [ edit ] Hermione remains largely unattached throughout this book, though she seems to be constantly holding Ron to a high standard, trying to turn him into a better person. It is mentioned that Hermione is writing to Viktor Krum, who Ron pettily persists in calling "Vicky". Hermione insists that he is only a pen-friend, but Ron darkly says that he would like to be a lot more than that.
Hermione flushes at this comment. As Ron is leaving breakfast for the Quidditch pitch, on the morning of his first-ever Quidditch match, Hermione kisses him on the cheek. Ron seems bemused by this, rubbing the spot on his cheek as he leaves the Great Hall.
Half-Blood Prince [ edit ] Fleur is living in the Weasley's house as she prepares for her wedding to Bill. Ron was the first person to ever be nice to him at Hogwarts, and to betray him so deeply is to break about a thousand different laws of fraternity and solidarity.
Explains everything you need to know about girls. Bros before all else, remember? Of course it is.
But these love stories do happen, and to completely discount them as silly and naive is to miss the point of why we believe these stories in the first place. It would also completely discount the Lily and James love story.
Rowling said that Ron and Hermione would have needed counseling, but why is that a bad thing? Harry is headstrong and adventurous, and shakes Hermione out of the books to which she is so devoted.
Who has ever been the prefect partner? He needs someone who can challenge him, and Hermione does that. She makes him want to be better. Harry would constantly pull away from Hermione, and not to belabor the point but: Harry and Hermione would throw the most high-strung, boring dinner parties.