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"Do you think we should go?" Hermione asked her husband as they went into the study. They didn't want the kids to overhear. The kids knew exactly who Draco was, they knew that he'd been on the wrong side of the war at first, they knew about his past. They had decided that it was best to tell them earlier, so they didn't hate him later. But they didn't know that much about Hermione. They knew she was Muggle-born (although Nikki hadn't quite grasped that yet), they knew her name was Hermione Granger, but they had no idea that she was The Hermione Granger, war heroine, brains behind The Golden Trio. They just thought that it was a coincidence that she used to have the same name. Hermione didn't want her children to know the horrors that the war heroine had gone through were the ones that plagued their mother at night. She didn't want them becoming arrogant at the fact that their mother was one of the most famous witches in the Wizarding World, she'd seen what that had done to Draco.

"'Mione it's up to you. Do you think you're up for it? It would mean making you public again." Hermione groaned. She'd done a very good job at keeping off everybody's radar. All that had been mentioned about her in The Daily Prophet, or Witches Weekly was that she was still missing. Hermione valued her privacy and Draco had helped her keep it. They'd had a very intimate wedding with only 4 other people there (Wizard Pastor included), it had been held in one of the Malfoy Manor gardens and Hermione had been wearing her first bridal dress. Draco had been right, she had looked stunning in it, with her simple tiara placed upon her tame curls, she had looked like something out of a fairytale. Everyone knew that Draco had married, but they didn't know to whom.

"I don't know, Draco. I want to go, to see my friends because I miss them. But I don't miss them, I moved on and don't really need them in my life. I want them to be, but I don't need them."

"Then go after what you want. Life isn't always about the necessities. If you want to see your friends then we should go." He paused. "Scorp and Eva will also undoubtedly learn the truth about you. Maybe that should be the time the rest of the world does too."

Hermione sighed, Draco came to hug her. "You're right, it's time." She smiled. "You know that you always make things so much easier." He chuckled.

"That's my job."


Weeks later Eva and Scorp had received their Hogwarts letter. They were ecstatic.

"We got 'em! We finally got them!!!" They were shouting and jumping around Hermione and Draco's bed, they'd been up since dawn waiting for the owl to arrive. They flung themselves onto the bed, landing between their parents.

"What if we don't get into Slytherin? Will you be disappointed in us?" Eva worried.

"Of course not!" Draco exclaimed. "Mum wasn't in Slytherin." Eva and Scorp looked wide eyed at Hermione.

"You weren't?" Scorp questioned.

Hermione laughed and shook her head at her son. "No, I was in Gryffindor."

"But Slytherin and Gryffindor hate each other!"

"They do, and we certainly never got along." Draco chuckled. "Your mother punched me in our third year and managed to break my nose."

"Mum!" Eva was shocked.

Scorp just grinned. "Didn't know you had it in you. So how did you manage to get together, if you hated each other's guts."

"Business merger. Your Dad wasn't so bad away from school, and he'd changed a lot in the war." Draco smiled at his wife. "So when do you two want to go to Diagon Alley?"

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