The Woes of Mrs Weasley is the ninth chapter of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.


Dumbledore’s abrupt departure took Harry completely by surprise. He remained sitting where he was in the chained chair, struggling with his feelings of shock and relief. The Wizengamot were all getting to their feet, talking, gathering up their papers and packing them away. Harry stood up. Nobody seemed to be paying him the slightest bit of attention, except the toadlike witch on Fudge’s right, who was now gazing down at him instead of at Dumbledore. Ignoring her, he tried to catch Fudge’s eye, or Madam Bones’s, wanting to ask whether he was free to go, but Fudge seemed quite determined not to notice Harry, and Madam Bones was busy with her briefcase, so he took a few tentative steps towards the exit and, when nobody called him back, broke into a very fast walk.

He took the last few steps at a run, wrenched open the door and almost collided with Mr Weasley, who was standing right outside, looking pale and apprehensive.
‘Dumbledore didn’t say –’

‘Cleared,’ Harry said, pulling the door closed behind him, ‘of all charges!’


There are no moments from this chapter.

See also

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
The Ministry of Magic The Hearing The Woes of Mrs Weasley Luna Lovegood The Sorting Hat's New Song