She eventually married Harry Potter and the couple had three children; James Sirius (named after Harry's father and godfather), Albus Severus (named after Albus Dumbledore and Severus Snape), and Lily Luna Potter (named after Harry's mother and Luna Lovegood).Ginny Weasley's first romantic entanglement is an enthrallment with Harry Potter which visibly continues throughout the first four books.The memory was preserved in a diary, which forced her to re-open the Chamber of Secrets, endangering the lives of many students, including herself.Following that ordeal Ginny grew into a confident young woman, becoming an important member of Dumbledore's Army, an organisation taught and led by Harry Potter in her fourth year.After the Second Wizarding War she became a professional Quidditch player for the Holyhead Harpies.Upon retiring from the Harpies Ginny became the senior Quidditch correspondent for the Daily Prophet.But unbidden into his mind came an image of that same deserted corridor with himself kissing Ginny instead … but then he saw Ron ripping open the tapestry curtain and drawing his wand on Harry, shouting things like ‘betrayal of trust’ …
He felt a strange twinge of annoyance as she walked away, her long red hair dancing behind her.
The next morning at breakfast, Harry hands Ron a cup of pumpkin juice, but Hermione notices that Harry is holding a small glass vial in his other hand.
Ron drinks the juice, and Hermione, assuming it was Felix Felicis that Harry slipped into Ron’s drink, admonishes Harry.
He had become so used to her presence over the summer that he had almost forgotten that Ginny did not hang around with him, Ron and Hermione while at school.
They chose the one nearest a gold-coloured cauldron that was emitting one of the most seductive scents Harry had ever inhaled: somehow it reminded him simultaneously of treacle tart, the woody smell of a broomstick handle and something flowery he thought he might have smelled at The Burrow.