She has sworn to remain at his side during his final quest to rid the world of Voldemort.
In the Epilogue, we learn that Harry and Ginny have reconciled, Harry has married Ginny and they have three children.
In this book, we see a bit more of development of Ron and Hermione in a meaningful, non-romantic way. Hermione thinks Ron’s only good at Quidditch because Harry’s given him Felix Felicis. “Don’t say I’ll have to write the whole thing out again!
When Hermione is attacked by the Basilisk, Ron is incredibly torn up by it. Ron is upset because Hermione may or may not have kissed Krum two years prior… ” “It’s okay, we can fix it,” said Hermione, pulling the essay toward her and taking out her wand.
Yet at sixteen, Harry picked Ginny Weasley to be his romantic partner. " The explanation is very simple - Harry has a very strong sexual desire for Ginny. This statement is not to suggest that sex is the most important element when selecting a mate.
It is, obviously, entirely possible to desire someone with whom a relationship would be flawed otherwise.