Harry Potter: 16 Things Only True Potterheads Know About Ron And Hermione’s Relationship
When Ron's relationship with Lavender ends, he suddenly discovers his true feelings for Hermione, feelings which Hermione has quietly had for him for the past. That's why Ron and Hermione's relationship is an absolutely epic love story to Potter fans everywhere. 13 Early Hints in Prisoner of Azkaban. Ron and Hermione are basically the power couple of the Harry Potter world. But there's a lot that many fans didn't catch about their relationship. series, so he decided to throw in some hints that weren't in the original book.
Rowling herself, nobody would know Hermione better than the actress who portrayed her since she was 11 years old; Emma Watson.
Harry Potter: 24 Ridiculous Things About Ron And Hermione’s Relationship
By her calculations, it appears that Ron and Hermione wouldn't stand much of a chance. In an interview conducted by Watson to J. Not only did J. Rowling express that Harry and Hermione were probably more compatible, but Emma Watson agreed with her. At the least, Watson acknowledges that there's doubt whether Ron would be able to make Hermione happy in the long term and vice versa. The book is exactly what it sounds; a magical dating help book.
This wasn't explored in the movie, but in the book he compliments Hermione excessively at some point which leads Harry to believe that there's a chapter on compliments. Oh yeah, that book was so illuminating to tell you compliments are good, eh, Ronny? When Hermione married Ron and became a part of the family, she gained not only a husband but 11 other brothers and sisters in law! Conversely though, Hermione was an only child so there was no brother or sister in law for Ron. But there almost was.
Just what Ron needed; another Christmas present to buy. Rowling often answers fan questions and back in she did a live chat with the BBC's website. One of the more interesting revelations from it was that she originally planned for Hermione to have a younger sister. However, by the time of the fifth book she thought it was too late by that point to bring her into the fold. But one half of the Romione relationship almost didn't.
Hermione and Harry have to end up together in this case right?
In an interview between J. Rowling and Daniel Radcliffe, Radcliffe admitted to her that he was convinced one of the three was going to get the axe at some point. This led Rowling to confess that about midway through the series, she was considering disposing of Ron.
Just because she mad in her personal life at the time. They're given the power to dock points from their own house but can't give them, they can give students detention but can't get them out of it. Thankfully though, not every prefect in Hogwarts was a stuck up little punk. This subplot was omitted from the movie version. While Hermione makes complete sense as a prefect, Ron being selected is a little more curious. Well, according to Dumbledore, Harry would have gotten it but he felt that Harry had enough on his plate already.
I hope you enjoy that shade thrown your way, Ron. Hermione spent an entire summer with Ron! Okay, well not just with Mr. Keep in mind that Harry wasn't with them as he was living with the Dursleys so this was probably the first time where the two were free of Harry's influence to hang out.
A big step to their eventual relationship. 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, still dealing with the remnants of his infatuation with her, has mixed feelings about this development, as he seems to still be hoping for a kiss from her, but is totally abashed when she "jumps out at [him] unexpectedly, like then.
Weasley and Ginny are not so pleased; she seems quite self-centered and doesn't seem to care for the feelings of the family very much. Hermione is upset by this as well; it seems that Ron's ongoing goofiness whenever Fleur is around is quite troubling to her.Top 10 Unforgettable Ron & Hermione Moments
Lavender Brown begins the school year openly flirting with Ron, much to Hermione's disgust. After a particularly terrible Quidditch practice, Ron and his sister Ginny have a row after he and Harry accidentally walk in on her snogging Dean Thomas in a Hogwarts hallway. They have a screaming match in which Ginny accuses Ron of having absolutely no experience with girls.
She says that Harry and Cho have been snogging, as have Hermione and Viktor Krum, and accuses Ron of being jealous because he's the only one presumably, of the Trio plus Ginny who doesn't have anyone to snog with. Since Ron is still smarting from watching Hermione being singled out by Krum, and their ongoing pen-pal relationship, he responds to Lavender's advances.
Their relationship is publicly and intensely physical — Harry at one point compares it to a vertical wrestling match, and at another point wonders which of several hands he can see belongs to whom. This causes a huge rift between Hermione and Ron that lasts several months during their 6th year. Hermione is somewhere between vexed and incensed at this relationship of Ron's, at one point summoning a flock of birds to attack Ron when he and Lavender barge in on her, evidently looking for a private place to snog.
Hermione, as an exceptional student, has been invited to join the "Slug Club", a group of students who periodically are asked to parties by Professor Slughorn. Slughorn has made a larger than usual effort for the Christmas party, and Hermione is expected to bring a guest, as is Harry who has also been courted for the Slug Club.
Hermione debates with herself, during Herbology class with Ron and Harry, who she will take to the Slug Club Christmas party. Ron eventually quietly asks if she will take him; she does not answer.
This strategy backfires on her, as McLaggen keeps trying to maneuver Hermione under mistletoe at the party.
She latches onto Harry once he arrives, as his date, Luna Lovegoodseems to have chosen to spend her time discussing conspiracy theories with Professor Trelawney. On his birthday, Ron eats some chocolate cauldrons which have been spiked with love potion by Romilda Vanewho intended them for Harry. After receiving the antidote from Professor SlughornRon is nearly killed by some poison intended for another victim, possibly Dumbledore. Though they have been going through one of their stretches of estrangement before this, Hermione, deeply worried, stays by his bedside in the Hospital Wing his entire first day.
It is likely significant that the first time Ron speaks coherently after being poisoned, it is immediately after the first time that Hermione, waiting at his bedside, has said something, and that what he says is her name. She visits him frequently until he is fully recovered, and thereafter she and Ron mend their differences.
After Ron's recovery, Ron's spell-checking quill goes wrong one day when doing homework and messes up an essay he is writing.
Hermione unbends enough to offer to correct it for him. With a sigh of relief, Ron pushes his essay over to her, saying that he loves her. Hermione blushes, but says only that he shouldn't let Lavender hear that.
Harry now determines that he must use Felix Felicis potion to get a memory from Professor Slughorn. Under the influence of this potion, he decides to don his Invisibility Cloak and go visit Hagrid.
As he, Ron, and Hermione descend from the boy's dormitory, they run into Lavender; she of course can't see Harry, and starts berating Ron for being up in his dormitory "alone with her" Hermione. This is basically the lever Ron needs to end his relationship with her. By the close of this book, Ron and Hermione are almost a couple. Between the battle under the Astronomy tower and Dumbledore's funeral, we see what appears to be almost a double date, with apparent intimacy between Ron and Hermione as well as an intimate relationship between Ginny and Harry; and Ron and Hermione sit together at Dumbledore's funeral, where we also see them comforting each other.
Harry, who has received his own copy from Ron privately Ron says it's not for his mother 's eyesnotes him using the techniques in this book both on his own mother and on Hermione; Hermione seems pleased when Ron compliments her.
Hermione is somewhat shocked when Viktor Krum shows up at Bill and Fleur's wedding; Fleur has invited him, and Hermione had not expected to see him there. He, in turn, is disgruntled when Ron hauls Hermione away and onto the dance floor; it is obvious at this point that he had in fact been hoping she would be more than a pen-friend.
Hermione and Ron are still on the dance floor when Kingsley Shacklebolt's Patronus arrives with news of the fall of the Ministry.