The future of the characters in the Harry Potter books didn’t end with the epilogue, set nineteen years after book seven. In the years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling has revealed a number of tidbits of information about the Wizarding World.
1. Harry Potter
We learned in the epilogue that Harry married Ginny Weasley, Ron’s younger sister. Together they had two sons: James Sirius and Albus Severus, and a daughter, Lily Luna. After Voldemort’s defeat, Harry joined the Ministry of Magic, where he became an Auror (dark wizard catcher). Despite having no formal qualifications (Harry never sat his N.E.W.T. exams), he was ultimately promoted to Head Auror. Harry, Ron and Hermione also featured on Chocolate Frog Cards.
We also found out in the eplilogue that Harry helped care for Teddy Lupin, the son of Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks, who both died in the Battle of Hogwarts. After the events of the books, Harry and his cousin, Dudley Dursley, remained on “Christmas Card” terms. Harry also returned to Hogwarts to ensure Severus Snape’s portrait was hung in the headmaster’s office.
In 2014, J.K. Rowling revealed that Harry, Ron and Hermione attended the 427th Quidditch World Cup. Harry was a VIP at the event, where he met up with Viktor Krum, who was playing for Bulgaria — the ultimate winners of the tournament.
2. Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger
In the epilogue, we learned that Ron Weasley married Hermione Granger. Together they had two children: Rose and Hugo Granger-Weasley. Ron too became an Auror for the Ministry of Magic, but left some years later to help his brother, George Weasley, with the Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes joke shop. Ron also obtained a Muggle driving licence, but placed a Confundus Charm on the driving instructor to do so. Ron was the godson to Harry’s eldest, James Sirius.
Hermione Granger returned to Hogwarts after the events of book seven and sat her N.E.W.T. exams. Hermione too worked for the Ministry of Magic, in both the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures and the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. She became Minister for Magic herself after the retirement of Kingsley Shacklebolt. At the Ministry she continued her work with S.P.E.W.
Hermione also translated The Tales of Beedle the Bard into English as the original was written in runes.
3. Neville Longbottom
Neville too worked as an Auror for the Ministry of Magic, but left the position to become Professor of Herbology at Hogwarts. He married Hannah Abbott, a Hufflepuff student in the same year at school. Together, they lived at the Leaky Cauldron pub where Abbott was the landlady. Neville is the godfather to Harry and Ginny’s second child, Albus Severus Potter. Neville Longbottom had no children.
4. Draco Malfoy
Draco and his parents, Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy, avoided an Azkaban sentence after the Battle of Hogwarts. Draco married Astoria Greengrass, the younger sister of Slytherin student Daphne Greengrass. Together they had one son: Scorpius Hyperion Malfoy. Draco’s wife Astoria died of a bloodcurse before Scorpius’ third year at Hogwarts.
Harry and Draco remained civil (as evidenced in the epilogue), but never became proper friends.
5. Luna Lovegood
After the events of Deathly Hallows Luna travelled the world searching for exotic magical creatures. She married Rolf Scamander, the grandson of Newt Scamander and author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Together, Luna and Rolf had two twin boys: Lorcan and Lysander.
6. Rubeus Hagrid
Hagrid continued to teach at Hogwarts. We found out in the epilogue that he invited Albus Severus, Harry and Ginny’s son, for tea — as he did when Harry was in his first year at Hogwarts. Hagrid and Beauxbatons headmistress Olympe Maxime eventually ended their romantic relationship, and Hagrid never married.
7. Percy, George, Bill and Charlie Weasley
Percy Weasley married a woman named Audrey and had two daughters; Molly and Lucy. George Weasley married fellow Gryffindor Angelina Johnson and had two children; Fred and Roxanne. Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour had three children; Victoire, Dominique and Louis. Charlie Weasley — ever married to his work with dragons — never married nor had children.