Time flies! Rupert Grint and more Harry Potter the stars all grew up with their own children.
The actor, who played Ron Weasley in the famed franchise, first opened up in December 2018 about his desire to be a father. “I would like to settle down and have children soon”, Servant star said The Guardian at the time. “If I had a son, would I call him Ron?” It’s a very good name, but probably not. And Grint is a difficult name to pair with a one-syllable first name.
Grint went on to say, “I don’t know what the future holds. I’ll just go with the flow, keep playing interesting characters and see what happens.
News broke in April 2020 that the English star and his girlfriend, Georgia Groome, were expecting their first child. The little one arrived the following month.
“Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome are delighted to confirm the birth of their baby girl,” the couple’s rep said. We Weekly in May 2020. “We kindly ask that you respect their privacy at this very special time.”
New Dad’s Former Costar Daniel Radcliffe said Andy Cohen that same month how “happy” he was for Grint and the Angus, Strings and Perfect Snogging star. “It’s also, like, super weird for me to think that we’re all at the age where we’re all having kids, but we definitely are,” the Broadway star said.
“It’s weird for all of us,” Cohen joked at the time.
Two months later, Devon Murraywho played Seamus Finnigan in the Harry Potter movies, revealed that his girlfriend, Shannon McCaffrey Quinnwas pregnant.
“Baby Murray,” the Ireland native captioned an Instagram photo of baby clothes in July 2020. “January 14, 2021. Thank you so much everyone for the kind messages. idea of meeting him.
Murray’s former partners showed their support for the upload on social media. “Awww congratulations Dev!” Evanna Lynchwho played Luna Lovegood, commented, while Scarlett Hefnerwho played Pansy Parkinson, wrote:Congratulations Dev!! So exciting.”
In March 2023, Radcliffe’s rep confirmed that he and his longtime girlfriend Erin Dark were expecting their first child together and the couple welcomed their little one in New York a month later.
Bonnie Wright – who played Ginny Weasley in the films – revealed in April 2023 that she would soon be joining the club of Potter parents. She announced her first pregnancy with her husband, Andre Lococoby sharing photos of her baby bump via Instagram.
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