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George Weasley (Harry Potter)

George in his last year at school

On this figurine, George is still represented with his Hogwarts uniform. He’s wearing the traditional gray pants with black shoes. And on top, like all the boys, he wears a white shirt and a red and gold tie in the Gryffindor colors. On top of that, he wears a grey V-neck sweater whose bottom and sleeves are also in Gryffindor colors. In his hands, he is holding two small orange boxes that most probably contain gadgets or spells that they already start selling in their last year at school, before they officially open their store. His head is logically identical to his brother Fred’s. He is quite simple, just his hair with its characteristic cut and flaming red color, which is the case for all members of the Weasley family.


The other half of the duo

George Weasley is an important character in the Harry Potter books and movies by J.K Rowling. We follow the adventures of Harry Potter, a young English boy who learns on his eleventh birthday that he is a wizard. His parents, also wizards, died when he was only one year old, to protect him from the most terrible wizard of all time, Voldemort. Living with his wizard-hating aunt, Harry knew nothing of this, but he soon discovered a whole new world when he arrived at Hogwarts, the English wizarding school. He will also learn that Voldemort is not as dead as we thought and that he is still after Harry. Upon arriving at Hogwarts, he will quickly develop a strong friendship with Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. Ron has a very large family that will quickly adopt Harry and among them are the twins Fred and George. They are so close and in sync in everything they do that it is almost impossible to tell them apart. Fred and George love pranks and pranks and in the sixth novel, they open their own successful store. But their cheerful nature doesn’t stop them from being brave and like the rest of their family, they will participate in the Battle of Hogwarts. George will even get a big wound from it.


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