The beach trip had been Hermione's idea. Now that the honeymoon was over her and Lavender were growing apart and they needed a getaway.

Ron and Draco had been hesitant to come, but he was happy his exgirlfriends had found eachother.

Harry's plus one was Crookshanks, Lavender was allergic to cats so Harry had quickly offered to take him in. Unbeknownst to Hermione the two had carried on a year long affair before moving in together.

Of course Luna and Neville tagged along, but no one had expected Cho Chang and Voldemort to show up. They had all lost touch, so when they showed up with scuba diving equipment Harry was suspicious.

"Cho?" He knocked on the door of her room hesitantely, hoping Ron was right about Voldemort going for a swim. They had made up after the battle and apologized for trying to kill eachother, but still Harry was weary of him.

"Harry," Cho answered opening the door and beckoning him to enter.

"Why are you here?" Harry asked.

"We wanted to see our friends," she answered innocently.

"We haven't spoken in months, how did you even know we were here?"

"Hermione invited me, I hope you don't mind."

"I don't mind," Harry said dropping his gaze and softening his voice.

"Good, now let me ask you something," she said leading him to the couch.
"What's going on with you and Crookshanks?"

"Well, we're living together now and I"m not really sure, we've changed."

"Do you love him?" She asked.

"I do," Harry answered after a short pause.

"There is another reason we came," Cho said lowering her eyes and staring down at her hands which were folded in her lap.

"Are you alright?" Harry asked.

"Wonderful actually," Cho said. "Voldy and I are having a child."

For a minute Harry tried to imagine a small noseless baby calling his mortal enemy daddy,

"That's...great," he said smiling. "Congratulations."

"Thank you Harry, I hope everything works out between you and Crookshanks."

"Me too," he answered leaving.

Later that night as Cho lie in bed beside Voldemort she smiled to herself thinking how lucky she was.