Divergent’s Veronica Roth shares her Patronus for the Harry Potter 20th anniversary at C2E2


While on a panel to celebrate Harry Potter’s 20th anniversary at C2E2, Veronica Roth discussed her Patronus with an amusing answer.

What would your Patronus be? That’s a question many Potterheads wonders. You’ve likely already done the test at Pottermore to find out, and it is certainly a beautiful test, but you’ve also likely thought about an animal that suits your personality. The “Divergent’s” series author, Veronica Roth, discussed her thoughts while on a panel to celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Harry Potter” with amusing results.

Roth shared her love for the series while on the panel. This was a novel series that she can read over and over again, pulling herself into the mystical world. The self-confessed Ravenclaw looked at her height and (lack of landing) grace when choosing her patrons.

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“It would be an albatross,” she shared on the panel, instantly earning some confused faces. However, her decision on bird certainly makes sense, especially when you stand next to her. The albatross is the largest bird in the winged family, and she shares that she’s much taller than most women. But that’s not the only reason the bird first her.

Albatrosses are extremely graceful while in the air. Yet, when they come into land, they have to crash. They’re not able to land on their feet. Roth shared that she’s like that; she would always crash land.

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C2E2’s first day was an amazing experience for all “Harry Potter” fans with the 20th-anniversary panel. While nobody official from the book or movie series, it was full of writers sharing their stories of the wizarding world growing up and the influence and meaning it has had in their lives.

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