Like the famous Mona Lisa, there was always a mystery behind the smile of Astrid Perrot. Simply because it was never seen. Found in the ruins of a home after Gringott's declares a search for stolen artefacts, Astrid Perrot comes across a new life as her painting is uncovered from the rubble by a certain curse breaking Weasley. Thinking nothing of the painting at first, Bill Weasley is about to place it aside when he comes across the movement. Wiping the dust away, he comes across the young woman on the painting, becoming instantly intrigued. Unlike other magical portraits that he uncovered through his time in Hogwarts, the woman of the painting doesn't talk. In fact, she doesn't reveal her mouth either. The only thing he knows about the woman is her name painted in the far left corner and the fact that she's very beautiful. Taking the painting home, Bill Weasley hopes to figure Astrid's story, but what he discovers about the shy painting is nothing he would ever expect.