Potter fans, “Harry Potter” is back! After almost seven years after J.K Rowling published the final book of her hit book series, she gave fanatics an update on “the boy who lived.” Read on to learn more about the full details.
J.K. Rowling published a story about the life of Harry Potter after he and Ginny Weasley sent their child to Hogwarts. She published this post on Pottermore, which focuses on the reunion of Harry Potter and his friends at the Quidditch World Cup Finals.
According to Time, the story is written by Rita Skeeter in the Daily Prophet, and our beloved Harry Potter is now in his early thirties with a cut on his cheek and some white hair. Ginny Weasley, his wife, is now a journalist, and Ron Weasley’s hair appeared to be thinning.
Rita, with her ability to bash people every chance that she gets, did not miss the opportunity to do so by writing on her column that Harry and his friends are “ no longer the fresh-faced teenagers they were in their heyday.” She also did not miss to point out that “the boy who lived” is now an auror but still wears “the distinctive round glasses that some might say are better suited to a style-deficient 12-year-old. Hermione Granger, on the other hand, is now the Deputy Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, while her husband, Ron, runs the family joke shop.
We also got updates on other characters such as Neville Longbottom and Luna Lovegood. Moreover, there were sneak peeks on a new generation of wizards.
Before you get your hopes up, no, J.K Rowling will not write “Harry Potter” stories anymore. However, this little update that we got from the author herself is enough to satisfy our love for “Harry Potter,” and we do know that the series ended well.
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