Upon retiring from the Harpies Ginny became the senior Quidditch correspondent for the Daily Prophet.
She eventually married Harry Potter and the couple had three children; James Sirius (named after Harry's father and godfather), Albus Severus (named after Albus Dumbledore and Severus Snape), and Lily Luna Potter (named after Harry's mother and Luna Lovegood).
When Harry arrived at the Burrow after being rescued from the Dursleys by Ron, Fred, and George, she became extremely shy in his presence.
On their first meeting, she came down for breakfast to find him sitting at the table.
It also overlooking the family's orchard and was decorated with posters of the Weird Sisters and Gwenog Jones.
Despite the majority of her brothers being keen Quidditch players, she was not allowed to play with them when she was a child.
She and her older brothers grew up in the Burrow on the outskirts of Ottery St Catchpole in Devon.As the train pulled out, she began to cry, despite her brothers promising to send her loads of owls and a Hogwarts toilet seat.She ran along the platform after the train, half-laughing and half-crying, then stopped to wave them off.When she was six, she began a habit of breaking into the family broom shed and taking each of their brooms out in turn.She was never caught, and it only came to light eight years later.