Charlie Weasley/ Harry Potter (female)   1 comment

A month before her marriage to James Potter, Lily heads to Greece for Unspeakable business. While in Crete, she meets a native man named Niko Piotropakis and ends up having an affair with him. An affair that lasts only one night, but has major consequences. Guilt-ridden, Lily returned to England, but she still marries James. It is only a few weeks after their wedding, that she discovers that she’s pregnant. She then confesses to James that the baby might not be his.

James is distraught but doesn’t leave her. He decides that even if the baby isn’t his, he’ll still love it like his own and name it his heir. They agree to keep the affair between them, telling not even their closest friends. James warns Lily that if the baby turns out to be a girl, then they would have to either make the affair known (which would disgrace her good name) or they would have to hide the baby’s gender, turning her into a temporary boy.

Why? In the mid-1600’s, the Potter head at the time, Emrick Potter, had placed a curse on his future bloodline so that they could only ever produce male heirs. If Lily’s child was a girl, it would be a dead giveaway to her adulterous act. Everyone would know that the baby was not James’ child. It didn’t matter if they weren’t married at the time of the affair or not.

When Lily gave birth to a little girl, whom they named Harrienne Jazlyn Potter, they decided that the best option was to change the baby’s outer appearance, so that she appeared to be a boy, not a girl. They glamoured her with strong, powerful spells and they made her look like a male, carbon copy of James, so that the guise held tight.

When the Potters died, the magic that held the glamours began to very slowly dwindle, until, on Harrienne’s fifth birthday, they fell completely. Frightened that she would get in big trouble with the Dursleys, Harrienne used wandless magic (which she had been able to perform since she could remember – only non-defensive/offensive magic such as unlocking spells, glamours, levitation, healing, etc.) to replace them, only they were now held by her own magic. They could only come down when she wanted them to.

She entered Hogwarts as Harry Potter, even though she really did not want to. She was in her ‘male’ glamours when Hagrid picked her up, so she knew from her little trip to Diagon Alley with Hagrid that the wizarding world was expecting her as Harry James Potter, not Harrienne Jazlyn Potter.

How does she know her real name? Lily had written a time delay letter to her, to be delivered to Harrienne when the glamours eventually fell, telling her about the affair, the Potter curse, her real name and why they had to glamour her. Harrienne received the letter when she was five-years-old, even though she couldn’t read very well if at all. She kept the letter with her in the cupboard and as she aged, more and more words began to make sense and by the time she got to Hogwarts she understood the letter fully.

During fourth year, before the Yule Ball but after the first task, Harrienne dropped her glamours for good. She was tired of hiding who she really was, and hated acting like a boy (in her opinion, her acting was horrible – she felt like she had made Harry Potter appear feminine. Not all if it was in her head, either). Because she was now Harrienne (also known as still ‘Harry’ just female now), she did not take Parvati Patil to the dance with her. Instead she was asked out by Cormac McLaggen, as well as several other boys. She went with Cormac, though she didn’t really care for his company. She was just desperate to find a date in time for the ball and didn’t have much time to be very picky about who she went with. Champions had to have a date, after all.

Year after year, her beauty grew, but she was very ignorant to that beauty. She had no idea just how naturally beautiful she was or how much her presence affected those around her. She had this charm about her that not a single person – male or female – could ignore. Her dazzling big smile made those around her smile and her laugh was very infectious making others laugh or turn to look at her when she did. The female population of the school were all inferior to her and they wanted to hate her for it, but because she was just too kind or ignorant of it all, they couldn’t. They admired her instead and wanted to be friends with her.

Her enemies still hated her, though both Severus Snape and Draco Malfoy hated her a little less than before. Draco, before he found himself attracted to Harrienne, and Snape, because she was not related to James and therefore she did not warrant as much hatred from him as she had previously when Snape thought her to be James Potter’s offspring.

Harrienne still has Lily’s emerald green eyes, but she has her birth father’s (Niko Piotropakis) dark hair and was very good mix of both her parents.

Lily Potter                                                    Niko Piotropakis

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Female Harry Potter – (a.k.a. Harrienne Jazlyn Potter)

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During the summer before sixth-year, she is staying with the Weasleys from July 30th to September 1st (Burrow or Grimmauld Place, I haven’t decided). That summer, Charlie Weasley also comes to stay and spend time with his family before going back to Romania. The two secretly start dating and it’s as Harrienne, Ron and Hermione gets on the Hogwarts Express September 1st that Charlie decides that Romania could wait for a couple of years, until his girlfriend graduates. Not telling his family that he was taking a sabbatical from the dragons, Charlie gets a small convenient flat in Hogsmeade while also doing some work in the muggle world to get extra money (he enjoys being a bouncer at a night club).

During Hogsmeade weekends and whenever she gets a chance to sneak out undetected, Harrienne goes to spend days and sometimes nights with her boyfriend. None of her friends catch on to her, thanks to her handy invisibility cloak and her always having the Marauder’s Map. Also, she’s a very convincing liar when she needs to be.

In January of her sixth year, Harrienne finds out that she’s pregnant. She once again uses glamours to hide her developing pregnancy from everyone, and she only tells Charlie. By the time school lets out for summer in early June, she’s already five-months pregnant.

When the Order members go and pick her up from the Dursleys on the eve of her birthday, she’s in her sixth (almost seventh) month. Remus, Tonks, Shacklebolt and Mad-Eye Moody walk in on Harrienne as she’s packing up her trunk for the departure. She and Charlie had agreed beforehand that they would come clean with the pregnancy, as it was physically draining for her to keep hold of the glamours while pregnant (her pregnancy was eating up a lot of her magical reserves) as well as their relationship. So, when the four Order members enter her small room, they see her in all of her pregnant glory.

They are shocked but they don’t comment. Instead they simply help her finish her packing and guide her down the stairs to the Dursley’s fireplace – which was hooked temporarily to the floo network.

Note to Self://She is wearing this when they pick her up: Only she’s pregnant while wearing it.

Outfit17 or Outfit1

By the end of August she is seven months pregnant:

Harrienne while pregnant

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However, for some reason, she goes into labor just two days before she is to return to Hogwarts for her 7th year. She gives birth to her and Charlie’s daughter, prematurely. She’s a healthy baby, despite her premature birth, and because of magic (spells and potions combined), the baby doesn’t need to be in an incubator like muggle preemies.

Avalon Evaine Potter-Weasley

Newborn baby1 Dark haired baby

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  1. I like this idea is there an actual story you wrote I could read if not could you write it and send me a like 😀

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