Harry Potter discussions can never be a complete treat without the inclusion of the Weasleys. Apparently, this was the only family Harry got and eventually became a part of it after marrying Ginny Weasley. Well, despite so many discussions over the last couple of years, there are yet plenty of things that fans do not know about the Weasleys.
With that said, here are some of the hidden facts about the Weasleys that might sound like a perfect magical twist –
Ginny Was The First Girl In Many Generations
We have seen how Ginny was fretted over Percy or Bill by Molly, which was indeed significant for the Weasleys. The reason behind this is pretty much intriguing. Ginny was the first girl who was born in the family for seven generations. Before Ginny, Weasleys only had male children throughout their period.
Arthur’s Mother Was One Of The Blacks
The Weasleys are known for staying away from pureblood families. However, it was Arthur’s mother who was a member of the Black family and was a former Slytherin. Arthur’s parents were Cedrella Black and Septimus Weasley.
Molly Homeschooled Her Children
It was Mrs. Weasley who had her hands full over her children from Bill’s birth to Ginny being sent to Hogwarts. Molly was the one who was responsible for teaching her children everything unless they get ready to go to school. Mrs. Molly Weasley taught her children grammar, arithmetic, and basic schooling from home.
There Are Nine Weasleys In The Recent Generation
By the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, it was clear that the Weasley siblings have children. There are in fact nine children of the Weasleys. Percy’s daughters being Molly and Lucy, Bill’s children being Louis, Victoire, and Dominque, George’s children being Roxanne and Fred, and Ron’s children are Hugo and Rose.
Arthur Has Two Brothers
It looked like the Weasleys comprised of the ones that were shown in the series but Arthur had two brothers. One or possibly both of them had children as the cousins have seen at Bill’s wedding were not familiar. Thus, they assumed to be Arthur’s brother’s children.