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Pairing: Bill Weasley/Fleur Delacour
Alternative name(s): B/F, BW/FD, H.M.S. Fang & Flora, Flower & Fang
Gender category: het
Fandom: Harry Potter
Canonical?: yes
Prevalence: common
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Bill/Fleur is a canonical Harry Potter pairing involving Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour.

Canon Background

The pairing was first hinted at in canon during Goblet of Fire, when Fleur is mentioned as "eyeing Bill with great interest over her mother's shoulder." In Order of the Phoenix, Fleur has taken a job a Gringotts, where Bill also works, in order to improve her English; Fred Weasley reports that "Bill's been given her a lot of private lessons."

By the start of Half-Blood Prince, Bill and Fleur are engaged, though Ginny and Molly both disapprove of the engagement until after Bill is attacked by Greyback and Fleur stands up to Molly declares that she doesn't care what he looks like. Bill and Fleur get married at the Burrow at the start of Deathly Hallows, and then move into their own home, "Shell Cottage".

J.K. Rowling revealed in post-DH interviews and Pottermore stories that Bill and Fleur go on to have three children: Victoire, Dominique, and Louis.

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Example Fanworks


Examples Wanted: Editors are encouraged to add more examples or a wider variety of examples.

  • After the End was an early and influential novel featuring Bill/Fleur as one of several pairings (2001-2003)
  • Tracks In The Sand by Seestar, Rated Teen, The story of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour's unlikely... and highly volatile romance. (2005-2006)
  • Birds by Rayless Night, Rated Teen, He broke curses. He studied so that people couldn't be held captive under magical control of any type. Fleur Delacour's effect on him seemed almost like a personal offense. (2008)
  • Can You Keep A Secret? by Elaine Abbene, Rated Teen, Everyone has secrets, even Fleur Delacour, despite her seemingly perfect appearance. However, when she spills them to a stranger, it becomes a major problem. Especially when that stranger turns out to be her boss, William Weasley. Based on Kinsella's Book (2009-2012)
  • two monsters walk into a bar and they are both beautiful by dirgewithoutmusic is rated Gen and was published in 2014. More meta and rambly, this piece is similar to a ship manifesto in how it explores Fleur's relationship.


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