Funko Ginny Weasley with Diary
A second collection of Harry Potter arrives and the camera of the secrets are 7 Pop figures! This Funko Pop! Ginny Weasley with Diary. It comes packaged in a window display box.
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About the Funko Ginny Weasley with Diary
Funko Ginny Weasley with Diary is about the movie and J. K. Rowling’s novel called Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The Funko Ginny Weasley with Diary come in a packaged window display box. The funko comes with a well-stylized diary and also has a blush on the cheeks that looks pretty professional
Info About the character
Ginny Weasley was born on August 11, 1981 often known as ‘Gin’. She was a pure blood witch, the youngest of the seven children of Arthur and Molly Weasley. Ginny is the first woman to be born in the Weasley line for several generations. She and her older brothers grew up in the Burrow outside Ottery St. Catchpole in Devon. Sister of one of Harry Potter’s best friends, Ron Weasley.
Ginny in Hogwarts
Ginny attended the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1992 – 1999 and was ordained at the Gryffindor House. During its first year, it was captivated at the time of the personality of Harry Potter, developing a love of lakes years. Also during his first year, he was under the domain of the memory of Tom Riddle’s sixteen-year-old self. The memory was kept in a diary, which forced Ginny to reopen the Chamber of Secrets, placing the lives of many students, including her own, in danger.
Ginny After Chamber of Secrets
After that terrible experience, Ginny became a confident young girl, becoming an important part of Dumbledore’s Army, a formation taught and directed by Harry Potter in his fourth year. Later he would fight in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in (1996), the Battle of the Tower of Astronomy (1997) and the Battle of Hogwarts in (1998). She was also a Quidditch player, playing scout and scout at different times for the Gryffindor Quidditch Team.
Ginny After the Second War
After the Second Wizarding War, Ginny became a professional Quidditch player for the Holyhead Harpies. By moving away from the Harpies, Ginny switched to the main Quidditch correspondent for The Daily Prophet. He later 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). By 2020, Ginny had become the sports editor for The Daily Prophet.
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