On the other hand,
When snape came to know about Voldemort's intentions, he realized Voldemort might kill Lily, the love of his life. Therefore, he requested the Dark Lord to spare Lily's life. As Snape was one of his most loyal death eaters, Voldemort decided to consider this request and gave Lily a choice.
While we know Voldemort killed Lily, he did give her a choice. If she stepped aside and allowed him to murder Harry, he would spare her. Lily refused and sacrificed herself to save her son. That action (and Lily's love) was what gave Harry protection from Voldemort's Killing Curse.
James and Lily were in the original Order of the Phoenix and therefore knew they were risking their lives in the war against Voldemort. Still, the Dark Lord's whole reason for trying to kill them all was to eliminate the threat posed by a certain prophecy.
Voldemort first killed James Potter, and when he got to Lily and Harry, he gave Lily the chance to step aside as he promised Severus Snape he wouldn't kill her unless she got in his way, which she did.
Voldemort tried to spare Lily, and may have agreed with Snape, before the attack took place, to let her live. Rowling has confirmed that Voldemort would have let Lily live. Lily's James/Harry free life was to be Snape's reward for good service, and Lord Voldemort always rewards his loyal followers, doesn't he?
We can therefore presumably safely conclude that Lily was not noticeably pregnant at the time she died.
Why have we never considered this before? Both Lily and James Potter were killed by Voldemort aged 21 at Godric's Hollow on 31 October 1981, when Harry was just 1 year old, And the rest of the story, you no doubt know.
Voldemort intentionally made six Horcruxes, but when he used Avada Kedavra on Harry, he unintentionally created a seventh Horcrux. Instead of dying, Lily's love for Harry created a counter 'curse' known as Sacrificial Protection and saved Harry.
But the author also told The Leaky Cauldron's "PotterCast" podcast in 2007 that Voldemort tried to recruit Muggle-born Lily Potter, along with James, to join the group. She said it was established in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" that, "He wanted them, and they wouldn't come over."
A Professor at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Snape is hostile to Harry due to his resemblance to his father James Potter, who bullied Snape during their time together at Hogwarts. As the series progresses, Snape's character becomes more layered and enigmatic.
They were close friends, she saw in him someone special that she could care about. But she couldn't be with him. So, it seems like it was very unlikely that Lily ever found out Snape loved her.
If Lily had chosen Severus, she wouldn't have defied and escaped Lord Voldemort(thrice), then Voldemort would have been left with one choice... Neville Longbottom, the child of parents who have defied Lord Voldemort thrice and who was born on closing day of July, and have the powers which Voldy had not...
Narcissa Malfoy's Very Dangerous Lie
But she was also a mother, which meant she was willing to risk everything to make sure her son was safe. When Harry survived Voldemort's Killing Curse for the second time, Narcissa pretended he was dead so she could get to Draco.
“Be brave, Harry. Mama loves you. Dada loves you. Always be brave,” she repeated before the bedroom door was blown aside.
He doesn't trust Snape as Dumbledore does, but he believes that he can detect any disloyalty. Moreover, Voldemort regards Snape as highly intelligent and therefore ' as a true Slytherin ' a person whose top priority is to take care of himself.
Though Harry encountered many opportunities that deemed Avada Kedavra necessary, it remains as one of the Unforgivable Curses Harry Potter never cast. For one, he viewed the spell as an immoral practice commonly used by users of the Dark Arts.
Neville's role in the prophecy in Order of the Phoenix is frequently referred to in a hypothetical scenario where Neville was the Chosen One rather than Harry. It is often suggested that Voldemort chose Harry over Neville because of Harry's half-blood status.
Through his faith in love and profound knowledge in tales, Dumbledore was able to foresee that Harry would be able to survive Voldemort during the final battle in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In addition, Dumbledore had faith that Harry would succeed in bringing peace to the wizarding world.
A doe. And in his final battle with Lord Voldemort, Harry explained the significance of this to his adversary, and to us: 'Snape's Patronus was a doe,' said Harry, 'the same as my mother's, because he loved her for nearly all of his life, from the time when they were children'.
Snape calls Lily a Mudblood, Lily tells James that she would never date him because he's an egotistical jerk. Later, Snape tries to apologize for calling Lily a Mudblood, but she's not interested; she ends their friendship due to his association with Death Eaters.
According to the author, Severus Snape's birthday is 9 January 1960 and he died on 2 May 1998 at the age of 38.
"The Lestranges should be here," said Voldemort quietly. In short Lord Voldemort was the sperm donor for the Lestranges as Bella's husband Rodolphus Lestrange was firing blanks. Hence why they had no child so Lord Voldemort said he would father a child with Bellatrix to help out his best deatheater friends.
Yes, Bellatrix and Voldemort did have a child.
intimate… which led to them having a baby girl which they named Delphini Riddle. Delphini grew up an orphan — as both her parents died during the Battle of Hogwarts — and was raised by Euphemia Rowle, who only took her in for the gold.