When Ron gives Harry a guide to girls for his birthday (after they arrive at the Burrow - towards the beginning), he almost says that he's dating Hermione, but he gets cut off.The book vaguely hints they are dating (they sleep holding hands when all three are in a tent, etc.), but Harry doesn't see them actually kiss until the battle at Hogwarts, when Ron says they need to save the House Elves. at the beginning of the series harry and Hermione have a love interest Actually to the person above, I don't think they were actually dating until that kiss, they were just flirting.Jenna wrote: "I thought it was more along the lines of their age.When you\'re young, like 10/11, you tend to pick fights with your crush or try to annoy them.All Harry Potter fans everywhere know that clever, brave, audacious female protagonist Hermione should have ended up with the hero, not Ron Weasley. magazine that made headlines, J K Rowling admitted what Potter fans everywhere knew deep down in the depths of their souls: that clever, brave, audacious female protagonist should have ended up with Harry Potter. Here, we drop in on that unhappy marriage twenty years later. Here, we give you a sneak peek at Ron and Hermione’s relationship twenty years down the line, as they languish in the death throes of their marriage. .*Ron and Hermione enter an office decorated in soft, soothing colours. “I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfillment,” she said. For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron.”Fans were obviously upset. Rowling herself recently admitted that Hermione and Ron should not have ended up together at the end of the series.
It's always been Ron and Hermione and Ginny and Harry. When Ron gives Harry a guide to girls for his birthday (after they arrive at the Burrow - towards the beginning), he almost says that he's dating Hermione, but he gets cut off. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" I think J. Rowling did it because she didn't want 2 of the main characters falling in love with each other. Also, if you pay close attention, in the first 2 books it seems like Harry and Hermioni..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. that\'s probably why jk showed in book 3 ha..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. Rowling did it because she didn\'t want 2 of the main characters falling in love with each other. Peng wrote: "a lot of people thought harry would have hermione as his partner maybe because ron & hermione were always bickering (which is done by brothers & sisters).I thought it Harry and Hermione got along with each other more like siblings.