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Only, it doesn't look like Rowling said Harry and Hermione should have wed.
Rowling does talk about her feelings about Harry and Hermione's relationship, however Mugglenet.com, a well known and respected Harry Potter fan site, posted what is presumably the full interview from Wonderland Magazine and Rowling doesn't actually say she thinks Harry and Hermione should have gotten married.
This was presumably during the time Ron took off, leaving Harry and Hermione alone together. And actually I liked that scene in the film, because it was articulating something I hadn't said but I had felt. I think you do feel the ghost of what could have been in that scene.
Rowling talks about how she thought Deathly Hallows screenwriter Steve Kloves addressed Harry and Hermione's connection during the tent scene in the film.
Should an artist be able to go back and revise their own work after it's been officially presented? Rowling's recent comments about her current feelings over Ron and Hermione's relationship, and whether or not Harry and Hermione should have ended up together have ruffled feathers, and understandably so.
Throughout the series Ron struggled with insecurity, being the youngest male among mostly brothers and then going on to be the best friend of "the boy who lived." It got to him from time to time and led to him being especially affected by the locket horcrux, which led to him abandoning Harry and Hermione for a little while during Deathly Hallows, whereas Hermione stayed with Harry. And then it comes back around to Rowling's thoughts about Ron and Hermione's chances in an adult relationship, at which point she says: Oh, maybe she and Ron will be alright with a bit of counseling, you know.
I wonder what happens at wizard marriage counseling? He needs to work on his self-esteem issues and she needs to work on being a little less critical.
She goes on to say that Hermione, "just like her creator," has a weakness for funny men.
Also, it seemed like what she says there is that she thought Ron and Hermione's relationship was a form of wish fulfillment and that maybe in retrospect she forced the relationship to play out for her own personal reasons.
There is no mention of Harry and Hermione's relationship at all in that quote. But again, it's an excerpt and meant to tease the rest of the interview, which it did effectively.And lets face it, whether you're a reader or a writer, if you've done enough of either you're probably aware that your perspective on the characters you love can evolve over time, especially if you put some distance between yourself and the story and then revisit it and really consider how things happened or how they could have happened.