in the book harry Ron and Hermione were coming out of the boy's dormitory and harry was under the invisibility cloak so lavender thought Ron and Hermione had been together and then they broke up. in the movie, when Ron is poisoned and sent unconscious to the hospital wing, he mumbles her-my-nee and lavender storms out crying
She is Ron's love intrest for a while in the 6th book. They break-up when Lavender becomes jelous of Hermione.
Harry never gave Ron a necklace; however Lavender Brown gave Ron a necklace in the sixth film, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
I think you mean Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the 6th. Hermione was jealous of Lavender Brown, the girl Ron was dating.
In the movie "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," the role of Lavender Brown was played by Jennifer Smith. In "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" she was played by Jessie Cave.
No, Ron did not break up with his girlfriend for Hermione. Ron and Hermione had a romantic relationship that developed throughout the Harry Potter series, but Ron did not break up with his girlfriend specifically for Hermione. Their relationship began after Ron and his girlfriend had already broken up.
No, Lavender breaks up with Ron. In the book they break up because Lavender saw Ron and Hermione together and presumed it was just the two of them but Harry was actually under the cloak. In the film they break up because Ron says Hermione's name when he wakes up in the hospital wing instead of hers.
No. In the sixth Ron was dating lavender. After a while, they broke up, but lavender didn't start dating seamus until book 7.
Harry, Hermoine, Ron
Nobody knows. She will probably be smaller than Ron, who is very tall, maybe around the same height as Hermione. She grows as she gets older throughtout the series though. However, Jessie Cave, who portrayed Lavender in the film adaptations of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, is 5' 4" (1.63m) tall.
No. Harry Potter is hetrosexual and married to Ron's sister Ginny.
She usually stays with Harry and Ron. But she went with her parents in the first book.