Bill’s fiancée, one of the competitors in the Triwizard Tournament of Harry’s fourth year. Because she’s part veela, Fleur exercises a supernatural attraction over many men, while her somewhat smug and self-satisfied behavior engenders the animosity of Hermione and the Weasley women. Although Mrs. Weasley is at first deeply opposed to the match, the two women reconcile when Fleur demonstrates her devotion to Bill in the wake of his werewolf attack.
Fleur Delacour Character Timeline in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
The timeline below shows where the character Fleur Delacour appears in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter Five: An Excess of Phlegm
...carrying a breakfast tray for Harry. When she greets him effusively he recognizes her as Fleur Delacour, one of the contestants in the Triwizard Tournament, but he has no idea why... (full context)
...by constantly throwing Bill and Tonks together. When Ron argues that Bill will never ditch Fleur for someone “okay-looking” like Tonks, the girls take offense, pointing out that Tonks is much... (full context)
Chapter Seven: The Slug Club
Chapter Sixteen: A Very Frosty Christmas
...Christmas Eve, everyone gathers reluctantly to hear a radio broadcast by Mrs. Weasley’s favorite singer. Fleur talks loudly over the music, Fred and George play card games, and Mr. Weasley chats... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Nine: Phoenix Lament
Chapter Thirty: The White Tomb