Harry Potter Letters – Molly Weasley


SKU: HP Prints- 7

The artwork will be digitally printed to perfection on a special canvas fabric using large format print technology and a sturdy wooden frame and safe packaging.

💌  What’s in the letter?
Dear Molly,
Watching over Fred like you have been watching over my Harry all these years.
Love, Lily

🖼  Size of the canvas prints – 8X8inches

🚚  This product is made to order and is typically processed in 2-3 working days.

🌟  Since this product is printed on-demand, especially for you, it is not eligible for cancellations and returns. Please read our Terms & Conditions.

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Molly Weasley (née Prewett) (b. 30 October 1949 or 1950) was a pure-blood witch from England.  She was also the matriarch of the Weasley family after marrying Arthur Weasley. She was born into the Prewett family and was sister to Fabian and Gideon Prewett, who were also original members of the Order of the Phoenix.

Molly attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was Sorted into Gryffindor House. Sometime after she graduated, both her brothers were murdered by Death Eaters in the First Wizarding War. Molly and Arthur had seven children, consisting of six sons named Bill, Charlie, Percy, twins Fred, George and Ron and only one daughter named Ginny Weasley. She also played a large part in the life of Harry Potter, acting as a motherly figure towards him.

Molly was a member of the revived Order of the Phoenix following the return of Lord Voldemort and participated in the final battle of the Second Wizarding War. Her actions during this battle caused her to be known as the witch that defeated and killed the notorious Death Eater Bellatrix Lestrange.

Molly survived the final battle to see her family expand even further, with twelve grandchildren by 2017. Percy and his wife named their eldest daughter in honour of her.

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