Is hermione and ron dating
Harry and Ron were surprised, but grateful and the three quickly became friends.
In her second year, Hermione played a crucial role in the discovery of the Chamber of Secrets, before falling victim to the basilisk unleashed upon Hogwarts following the opening of the Chamber.
Upon return from their failed attempt to thwart Cedric, the two boys find reality mostly the same, only Ron and Hermione are not married, and Rose and Hugo no longer exist.
Hermione appears to be single, and working as the Defense Against the Dark Arts professor at Hogwarts.
SPOILER ALERT: This article contains major spoilers from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and is meant to be read by people who have seen the play or read the script book, and are ready to talk about it. (For a spoiler-free reaction to the play, check out this article.) With universe to see what becomes of the next generation, but also delve into the past, where mild-to-massive chaos ensues in various timelines.
In the process, more than a few what-if scenarios occurred, including some that involve the relationship between Ron and Hermione, posing a pretty major question...
Despite some clear evidence that his magical competence is limited, Hermione asks Madam Pince if she can keep the note Lockhart wrote giving her permission to check out a restricted library book.
She also seems to be in a perpetual bad mood, possibly because she has no goofy husband to inspire her to loosen up now and then.
Also living in relative misery is Ron, who's uncomfortably married to Padma (Patil). Turns out, Hermione didn't go to the ball with Viktor Krum, due to her wariness of the Durmstrang students she saw during the first task. They had a fine time, but Ron enjoyed himself a bit more with Padma, and ended up dating her.
Hermione Granger remains unattached for the first three years of the series.
It seems that Viktor Krum is attracted to her when he arrives for the Triwizard Tournament in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, but she does not reciprocate his feelings; she sees him as a pen-friend, though it is obvious to us that he wants more than that.