J.K. Rowling just confirmed a highly-debated 'Harry Potter' theory
The author took to Twitter to respond
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If you were confused while reading Hermione's name in the 'Harry Potter' series, you are definitely not alone. It takes some serious wizardry to pronounce her name correctly on the first go, and many have debated the proper way to say it since the books were released.
Now, J.K. Rowling has taken to Twitter to ease all of our confusion. It began when a fan wrote, "Theory: @jk_rowling included that passage on how to pronounce Hermione's name in Goblet of Fire just to school all of us who were saying HER-MY-OWN like Viktor Krum."
Theory: @jk_rowling included that passage on how to pronounce Hermione's name in Goblet of Fire just to school all of us who were saying HER-MY-OWN like Viktor Krum.— Atulaa (@atulaak) September 17, 2018
To which the famed author simply said, "Theory correct."
Theory correct. https://t.co/Q46h56ljuU— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) September 18, 2018
For everyone who watched the very popular 'Harry Potter' film franchise, audiences quickly learned it's ‘Her-my-oh-knee.’ Mischief managed.
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