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J.K. Rowling Reveals a lot in New Harry Potter Story

J.K. Rowling published a new Harry Potter story on Tuesday morning, which briefly crashed her Pottermore website. But once it was up and running again, muggles were treated to a Daily Prophet column from tabloid diva Rita Skeeter.

The fictional news story is set at the Quidditch World Cup, but more importantly, it hints at more Harry Potter stories (and scandals) to come.

Ron and Hermione are still married. And they remain very loyal to Harry, refusing to comment to the press about anything Potter-related. They also have two children: daughter Rose and son Hugo.

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Harry is nearing 34 and has two sons Their named are James and Albus, in case you missed that tack-on scene at the end of book seven. Harry is also still married to Ron's sister, Ginny.

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Harry is still called the Chosen One And that's why everyone rushed to the VIP section to see him.

Ginny has a really cool job She is a reporter covering the entirety of the Quidditch World Cup. (For the record, Rita doesn't think she's fit for the role.)

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Dumbledore's Army is still popular in the wizarding world Skeeter notes that crowds "stampeded [toward the area where Dumbledore's Army was reportedly located], tents were flattened and small children mown down."

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Anirban Ray
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Now this is Good News and a lot of Scandals :)

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Captain Geez
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O_O

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pfx1990
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