Ronald Bilius Weasley is a fictional character in J. Rowling 's Harry Potter fantasy novel series. His first appearance was in the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone , as the best friend of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. He is a member of the Weasley family, a pure blood family that resides in " The Burrow " outside Ottery St. Being the only member of the three main characters raised in magical society, he also provides insight into the Wizarding World's magical customs and traditions. Along with Harry and Hermione, he is a member of Gryffindor house and is present for most of the action throughout the series. According to Rowling, Ron was among the characters she created "the very first day. Ron fits many of the stereotypes expected of the sidekick ; he is often used as comic relief , is loyal to the hero, and lacks much of the talent Harry possesses, at least, early on, in terms of magical power.
One of the most memorable first kisses in movie history belongs to Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley of the Harry Potter series. After seven books and eight long movies, these friends finally cement their relationship into something more. However, while the iconic moment in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is dramatic and satisfying, it doesn't culminate the years of tension and feelings in the same way that the book version does. One of the main reasons the moment doesn't land the same is that director David Yates decided to leave out a crucial side story that begins during Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and is further developed during Order of the Phoenix. Without this storyline, the book version of the kiss isn't possible, which forced Yates to create a new situation that gave the couple their long-awaited moment. Back in J. She learns that Hogwarts employs house-elves in their kitchens and that their treatment of them was less than standard. Upset and enraged, she starts this organization and keeps it going until the end of her time at Hogwarts. Ron and Harry were the first to join S. During the Battle of Hogwarts in the final book, as Harry, Ron and Hermione are scrambling amidst the chaos, Ron remembers that the house-elves will likely be trapped in the kitchens and probably need help.
A woman's theory about Hermione and Ron's relationship has gone viral on Twitter, dividing thousands of Harry Potter fans. There are several major moments in the final Harry Potter film that have stuck with fans over the years. But a firm favourite is perhaps when Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger finally realised their feelings for one another and kissed in the Chamber of Secrets. The tension between the two had been mounting over the series and many people were thrilled to see them come together and start a family at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two. However there are some people out there who weren't so keen on the idea of the two being in a relationship. The long-running debate about the pairing has been reignited this week thanks to a viral fan theory shared on Twitter, claiming the couple were likely to have gotten divorced by now. Journalist Jennifer Wright tweeted her thoughts on the subject, garnering thousands of likes and retweets. She wrote: "I spend a lot of time thinking about whether Ron and Hermione got a divorce and I'm 70 percent sure that they did. Their relationship is a daily reminder of everyone and everything they lost. She added: "Anyhow, I think 'we're both traumatized' is a terrible reason to get married at
Ron and Hermione are a controversial couple in the Harry Potter franchise, with many fans furious that the two end up married with children in the final scene. Even J K Rowling has said that she regrets the pairing , and plenty of fans think Hermione should have ended up with Harry - or perhaps met someone as an adult! Others, though, still feel like this was a perfect pair, and that the two brought out the best in each other. Whether you love them or hate them, though, there's no denying that this relationship was written into the books and the movies from the very start - even if it took the entire series to truly come to fruition.