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Fleur Isabelle Delacour is a main character in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and the Beauxbatons' representative in the Triwizard Tournament. 

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Personality Edit

Fleur initially comes off as a pompous, conceited, and arrogant girl who looks down on others.

Despite her seemingly blunt nature, Fleur is actually very compassionate. She's also considerably brave and loyal; she cares about her family and friends, and will do everything in her power to defend them. She is known to be grateful as well, as shown when she becomes loyal to Harry after he rescues her sister during the Second Task.

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Edit

Fleur first appears along with her sister, Gabrielle, Headmistress Madame Olympe Maxime, and the rest of the Beauxbatons students. On the night of the contestant selection, Viktor Krum is picked as the Durmstrang champion, Fleur is chosen to respresent Beauxbatons, and Cedric Diggory is named the contestant for Hogwarts. However, much to their surprise, the Goblet of Fire coughs up a fourth contestant, Harry Potter, who is not yet old enough for the tournament. Unfortunately for Harry, backing out of the tournament is not an option.

For the First Task of the tournament, the contestants have to take on a dragon guarding a Golden Egg containing vital information regarding the Second Task. Fleur is given the Welsh Green, Viktor gets the Chinese Fireball, Cedric takes the Swedish Short-Snout, and Harry is forced to face the dreaded Hungarian Horntail.

Prior to the Yule Ball, Ron Weasley, Harry's best friend, attempts to ask Fleur to the ball, but he gets embarrassed and runs away before she has a chance to answer. Thus, Fleur goes with Roger Davies, captain of the Ravenclaw Quidditch team.

After Harry helps to save her sister Gabrielle, along with Ron, Fleur kisses Harry in gratitude, and, believing he sort of helped, kisses Ron as well. During the third and final task, Fleur is subdued by Viktor Krum (who was under the Imperius Curse), and then taken away by vines. Luckily, Harry finds her, and withdraws her from the task. When Harry escapes from the graveyard with Cedric's corpse, Fleur reacts with horror, and soon everyone notices the body. At the end of the film, Gabrielle and Fleur say good-bye to Ron and they each kiss him before leaving.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows--Part 1 Edit

Fleur returns to help remove Harry from Privet Drive for good before he turns seventeen, along with Fred and George, Ron, Hermione, and Mundungus Fletcher. Fleur and the other five drink Polyjuice Potion to disguise themselves as decoy Harry Potters to fool any Death Eaters that may ambush them out there. While transporting Harry, they are ambushed by Voldemort and his cronies. Fleur, Harry, and the others survive the ordeal. Unfortunately, George is injured, and Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody and Harry's owl Hedwig are both killed during the attack. During Fleur's wedding with Bill Weasley, the Ministry of Magic is taken over by Death Eaters, who crash the wedding. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are able to escape, while Fleur and the others are forced to go into hiding.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows--Part 2 Edit

Fleur is seen at Shell Cottage with Bill, helping to take care of Harry, Ron, Hermione, and the recent escapees from Malfoy Manor: Luna Lovegood, Garrick Ollivander, and Griphook. She later takes part in the Battle of Hogwarts, in which Fred Weasley, Remus Lupin, and Nymphadora Tonks are killed.

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Films: Harry Potter Logo Philosopher's Stone | Chamber of Secrets | Prisoner of Azkaban | Goblet of Fire | Order of the Phoenix | Half-Blood Prince | Deathly Hallows (Part 1 / Part 2)

Spin-off films: Fantastic Beasts and where to find them logo
Video games: Philosopher's Stone | Chamber of Secrets | Prisoner of Azkaban | Goblet of Fire | Order of the Phoenix | Half-Blood Prince | Deathly Hallows (Part 1 / Part 2) | Quidditch World Cup
Lego Video games: Lego Creator: Harry Potter | Lego Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets | Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4 / Years 5–7
Soundtracks:
Home video: Video

Characters
Original characters:Harry Potter | Ron Weasley | Hermione Granger | Albus Dumbledore | Rubeus Hagrid | Fred Weasley | George Weasley | Angelina Johnson | Alicia Spinnet | Gilderoy Lockhart | Remus Lupin | Alastor Moody | Quirinus Quirrell | Horace Slughorn | Percy Weasley | Cho Chang | Colin Creevey | Cedric Diggory | Ginny Weasley | Neville Longbottom | Luna Lovegood | Sirius Black | Vernon Dursley | Dudley Dursley | Petunia Dursley | Lord Voldemort | Draco Malfoy | Lucius Malfoy | Cornelius Fudge | Dolores Umbridge | Alecto Carrow | the Dementors of Azkaban | Amycus Carrow | Vincent Crabbe | Gregory Goyle | Argus Filch | Severus Snape | Bellatrix Lestrange | Bartemius Crouch Jr | Regulus Black | Pius Thicknesse | Salazar Slytherin

Spin-off characters: Newt Scamander | Tina Goldstein | Jacob Kowalski | Queenie Goldstein | Percival Graves | Seraphina Picquery | Credence Barebone | Mary Lou Barebon | Gnarlack | Henry Shaw Sr. | Langdon Shaw | Henry Shaw Jr. | Modesty Barebone | Chastity Barebone | Gellert Grindelwald | Leta Lestrange

Creatures
The Basilisk | The Mountain Troll | The Hungarian Horntail
Mascots/Pets
Crookshanks | Nagini | Hedwig | Fawkes | Buckbeak
Mystical Animals
Locations
Hogwarts Castle: | Grand Staircase Tower | Great Hall | Gryffindor Tower | Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch | The Forbidden Forest | Forbidden Third Floor Corridor | Underground Chambers | Hospital Wing | Slytherin Dungeon | The Chamber of Secrets | Topmost Tower | Platform 9¾

Diagon Alley: | Gringotts Wizarding Bank | Ollivander's
Residences: 4 Privet Drive | The Burrow | Godric's Hallow | Potter's Cottage
Other Locations: Limbo | England | Azkaban | British Ministry of Magic | Department of Mysteries

Objects
Weapons: Godric Gryffindor's Sword

Brooms/Nimbus: Nimbus 2000 | Nimbus 2001 | The Firebolt
Wands: Harry's Wand | Ron's Wand | Hermione's Wand | Voldemort's Wand | Elder Wand
Others: The Remembrall | The Invisibility Cloak | The Philosopher's Stone | Mirror of Erised | The Sorting Hat | The Basilisk Fang | Tom Riddle's Diary | The Marauder's Map | The Goblet of Fire | Deluminator

Transports
Powders: Floo Powder | Floo Network

Vehicles: Flying Ford Anglia | Flying Motorcycle | Hogwarts Express

Organizations/Groups
Order of the Phoenix | Dumbledore's Army | Death Eaters
People
Directors: Chris Columbus (12) | Alfonso Cuarón (3) | Mike Newell (4) | David Yates (58)

Producers: David Heyman | Chris Columbus (3) | Mark Radcliffe (3) | David Barron (58) | J. K. Rowling (78)
Screenwriters: Steve Kloves (14, 68) | Michael Goldenberg (5)
Cast Members: Daniel Radcliffe | Rupert Grint | Emma Watson | Maggie Smith | Robbie Coltrane | Alan Rickman | Tom Felton | Richard Harris (2001-2002) | Michael Gambon (2004-present) | Helena Bonham Carter | Warwick Davies | Ralph Fiennes | Brendan Gleeson | Richard Griffiths | Jason Isaacs | Gary Oldman | Fiona Shaw | Mark Williams | Julie Walters | Emma Thompson | Timothy Spall | David Thewlis | Miranda Richardson | Ian Hart
Novelist: J.K. Rowling

See also
J.K. Rowling | Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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