Harry Potter’s Ron and Ginny Weasley together off screen!

California, February 2, 2016: Harry Potter stars Rupert Grint and Bonnie Wright had a gala time when they met up!

Bonnie aka Ginny posted a cute picture of the two together on her Instagram account and titled the snap as the ‘Family Time.’

In the famous series by J.K. Rowling, Rupert Grint portrayed the character of Ron who was the best friend of Harry Potter and also the elder brother of Ginny which was played by Wright.

Ginny was Harry’s love interest in the later part of the series.

The other Harry Potter child actors like Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson have proved their mettle in the industry with the latter also emerging as a powerful voice for gender equality.Rupert and Bonnie, the two actors started young in the series are all grown up and have made their careers in the movie industry which is very often not very encouraging to child actors.

Rupert and Bonnie started young in the series are all grown up and have made their careers in the movie industry which is often than not very encouraging for the child actors.

In 2015, Bonnie did “The Highway Is for Gamblers,” in which she played the character of Heidi, and also “All Hail the Squash Blossom Queen,” in which she starred as Hannah.

Rupert did “Moonwalkers” in 2015 in which he starred as Jonny and also did “The Hogwarts Express” in 2014 in which he again took up the reigns of the character of Ron Weasley, much to the delight of Harry Potter fans. He also did “Enemy of Man” in 2014.

He also did “Enemy of Man” in 2014.

Earlier, the Harry Potter cast was left devastated after the sad demise of actor Alan Rickman who played Professor Severus Snape.

Rickman lost the battle to cancer at the age of 69 while Dame Maggie Smith, who played the role of Professor Minerva McGonagall, had to battle cancer during the making of “Harry Potter and The Deathly Hollows.”

To watch an exclusive sneak peak of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Behind the Scenes Featurette” click here.

This feature stars Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Colin Farrell, and Alison Sudol and is written by J.K.Rowling.