Q. James patronus is a stag and Lily’s a doe is that a coincidence?
J.K. Rowling: No, the Patronus often mutates to take the image of the love of one’s life (because they so often become the ‘happy thought’ that generates a Patronus).
Luke Newberry as Teddy Lupin, Lea Seydoux as Nymphadora Tonks and Nico Mirallegro as Remus Lupin.
"I’m a good guy. Thats kinda my thang."
➝ a Teddy Lupin moodboard
"Well, a bit of advice for him - step one: don’t take suggestions from James Potter and he should do fine."
Where's that new world now the fighting's done?
When Mary finally was told of Remus’ lycanthropy, she accepted it with the grace and compassion that everyone knew she would. No one except Remus had been afraid she wouldn’t, but he was a worrier and couldn’t bear the idea of losing her. What no one expected was Mary, camped out in the hospital wing the morning after the next full moon. Pomfrey had tried to kick her out earlier in the night, but Mary snuck back into the hospital wing when the matron wasn’t looking. In the wee hours of the morning, the three boys dragged in their unconscious werewolf friend. Mary looked frantic until Peter assured her that this wasn’t uncommon after a full moon (and he tried explaining something about lunar cycles and talked about star charts to why some full moons were worse then other but Mary had a hard time focusing on Peter when Remus looked so rough). Once the nurse had fixed the most of the injuries, the Maurauders left but Mary stayed diligently in the chair beside his cot. When James came to check on Remus later in the day, he found Mary curled up carefully on the cot with his friend’s arm draped over her. He noted to himself that Remus had never looked so happy after a full moon. Then he amended that thought, he had never seen Remus look so happy ever.
Emma and Andrew posing for pics at ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ premiere, July 17. Andrew rubbing her back (◕‿◕✿) (◕‿◕✿)