The youngest Weasley child. She and Harry had a brief romance at the end of last year, though Harry broke it off as to not put Ginny in danger when he decided to leave school and hunt for the Horcruxes. Despite being officially broken up, both of them still harbor feelings for each other, and Ginny orchestrates several moments prior to Bill and Fleur's wedding when they can be alone together. At Hogwarts, Ginny is active in Dumbledore's Army resistance efforts and gets into a lot of trouble for her activism. She believes in fighting Voldemort in every way possible and resents that she's not yet of age and so she can't join the Order of the Phoenix and fight Voldemort properly. She takes issue especially with Mrs. Weasley, who often tries to keep Ginny from participating in anything remotely dangerous. As adults, Ginny and Harry get married and have three children.
Ginny Weasley Character Timeline in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The timeline below shows where the character Ginny Weasley appears in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...his portrait, she blindfolds him. He's incensed, but he reveals that Neville and Luna helped Ginny, and that all three served detention in the Forbidden Forest with Hagrid. Hermione asks if... (full context)
...Marauder's Map, looking for Ron at Hogwarts. He never shows up, so Harry fixates on Ginny's dot. They discuss where Dumbledore might have hidden the sword, but Harry keeps thinking that... (full context)
...he visits every few days. He's touchy about perceived insults to Snape, but reveals that Ginny and possibly Neville and Luna are continuing Dumbledore's Army. Harry feels homesick for Ginny and... (full context)
...the stairs lead to Luna's room. There, he finds a mural of him, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, and Neville painted on the ceiling, with "friends" written all around them. The room, however,... (full context)
...Voldemort's shoulders. At the doors of Hogwarts, McGonagall screams in grief and Ron, Hermione, and Ginny join in. Voldemort silences them. Ron shouts that Harry beat Voldemort and everyone starts yelling,... (full context)