|"Are you a wizard or not?"
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|Fleur Delacour's cousins|
When they attended the wedding, the three Veela had exotic flowers and bewitched birds decorating their hats. Their beauty quickly attracted the attention of Fred and George Weasley, two of the the groom's younger brothers. Fred escorted them inside the Burrow while George was forced to assist a "gaggle of middle-aged witches".
Behind the scenesEdit
- These two girls must be more distant cousins to Fleur and Gabrielle Delacour than first cousins, as they are full-blooded Veela, whereas the Delacours are quarter-Veela. This indicates that they could not have had the same grandparents, since Fleur and Gabrielle's grandfather was a wizard. They are presumably related to the Delacours through their maternal grandmother, who was a Veela. Alternatively George could simply be using the term 'Veela cousins' to mean that they have visible Veela ancestry. It is not directly stated that they are full blooded Veela and may simply be part-Veela like Fleur and Gabrielle.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (First appearance)
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1