Who Should Have Been With Each Main Character in Harry Potter?

Harry Potter’s wizarding world is vast and filled with characters from all walks of life. Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger are among those who have married to live happily ever after, but not all of their unions are ideal. Only a few couples are confirmed at the end of the previous film, while the fates of other characters are unknown.

Ginny Weasley: Cho Chang

Ginny and Cho don’t have many scenes together where they aren’t part of a larger group, but they could quickly bond over anything, starting with their relationship with Harry. They can both be assured that they share similar values because they loved him and supported his cause.

Sirius Black: Remus Lupin (Or James Potter)

According to fans, a story about the Marauders is the most popular of all the proposed Harry Potter spin-offs. In his Hogwarts days, Sirius befriends James and Remus and Peter Pettigrew, who betrays them later.

Rubeus Hagrid: Olympe Maxime

Madame Maxime of the Beauxbatons Academy of Magic is Hagrid’s sole love interest in the series. Their relationship is brief, but there’s no reason for it to end other than physical distance.

Draco Malfoy: Dudley Dursley

Harry’s non-Voldemort enemies include Dudley and Draco. Although Harry usually has the moral high ground over them, they both have a near-redemption arc in their final moments onscreen.

Luna Lovegood: Neville Longbottom

One of the Harry Potter franchise’s successful pairings is Neville and Luna. They share a sweet moment after the Battle of Hogwarts, though it isn’t confirmed in the final film whether they stay together.

Severus Snape: No One

Snape’s disturbing obsession with Lily Potter should be enough to warrant his seclusion. He is not only too preoccupied with Lily to devote himself to any other romantic partner, but he also exhibits unhealthy behavior in all of his relationships. He becomes possessive with Lily, abusive with Harry, and lacks independence and assertiveness with Dumbledore and even Voldemort.

Dumbledore: No One

Dumbledore may appear afflicted, but he is never lonely. He’s a busy man with little time for romance, and while his death was one of the saddest scenes in Harry Potter, he died having lived an entire life. Dumbledore doesn’t require a romantic partner to feel complete; he already has his work.

Voldemort: No One

Voldemort was correct in his prediction of being left alone. Nobody, at least not on a personal or affectionate level, will genuinely miss him after his death. He destroys everything he touches, so any romantic relationship with him would have been toxic.

Ron Weasley: Seamus Finnigan

Even though Ron and Hermione end up together in the end, this may not be the best match. For one thing, these two are constantly at odds. Ron might be better off with Seamus because a bit of bickering isn’t too harmful. Although they don’t appear in many scenes together, they are close friends.

Harry Potter: Hermione Granger

Many fans believe Harry should not have married Ginny because they lack chemistry and their marriage appears forced. Harry and Hermione have a much deeper bond than any other pair in the series, and they seem to be far more loyal to each other – especially after Ron leaves after the Golden Trio fight.

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