Wyatt Liu had a rocky past when it involved females he was romantically involved in. His first long time girl friend, Sienna Watakeekul, ran off with their unborn child. Losing Sienna was a lot for Wyatt to handle, not only did his school love leave with their unborn child but now Wyatt was alone in England with a house to pay for that was meant to be split between him and his former girlfriend. The split left Wyatt needing a roommate in order to pay the bills, lucky enough for him he found one within a couple months. A woman by the name of Harriette Chen had stepped into the position rather naturally. While the pair had never met before, Wyatt and Harriette just seemed to click. As Harriette moved in, it wasn't long until a romantic relationship started brewing between the two, with Harriette helping Wyatt get over Sienna and his son.
Wyatt never seemed to have good luck, as Harriette also became pregnant two months into the relationship. However, unlike his last time, Harriette was happy with the pregnancy and her relationship with Wyatt. The pregnancy actually resulted in a tearful engagement and speedy eloping ceremony between the two. A little more than three months after their marriage however was when things took a turn, as Sienna made a return with their newborn baby boy. He had two names, Lin for his Chinese heritage and Jirayu for his Thai heritage. Sienna truthfully didn't want to keep the baby, but simply giving him up for adoption wasn't the route she wanted to take. Having returned to England and having seen how happy Wyatt was with Harriette, she knew that leaving baby Lin on her former lover's doorstep was arguably the best option she had. With a small note describing why she had left Wyatt and that the baby was his, Sienna left once again without saying a word.
Shortly after being left on the doorstep, Wyatt found his son outside and after reading the letter was both relieved and scared. Relieved because he was finally able to meet his son he spent everyday thinking about, worried however because he wasn't sure how Harriette would feel about the thought of raising someone else's daughter. While the idea initially was met with plenty of skepticism and arguments, but Harriette eventually warmed up to the idea of having three kids instead of one, and while Wyatt's first child wouldn't be that much older than their child, she thought it would be nice for them to have an older brother. That along with the fact that she had already fallen in love with the baby boy right away. With Wyatt having full custody of his child and Harriette also taking steps towards becoming the boy's legal mother, the couple gave Lin the English name of Adonis.
Not long after, in January the following year, Harriette gave birth to not just one but two kids. A boy and a girl with the names of Apollo and Aphrodite respectively, to fit the theme they created with Adonis' English name. While their hope of having an older child proved troublesome, as Adonis was still so young that it was essentially like having triplets, and having the three all in diapers and barely been able to crawl was a bit of a hassle. Regardless, the couple did their best to raise all three children at once while Wyatt also maintained his wizarding and muggle jobs in order to support the family.
The three children really completed the family and, not long after, distinct personalities began to form. Aphrodite easily became the bright, energetic and bubbly young girl. Always armed with a smile and an innocent curiosity, it was easy for her to sway the hearts of her parents and pretty much anyone older than her in the vicinity. Nothing seemed to damper her spirits and she spent much of her time brightening the moods of her brothers, especially Apollo. Muggle school seemed to change that just a little bit. Whilst Aphrodite never had anything to warrant being picked on, she was usually associated with Apollo rather than Adonis; the latter of whom got a pass from being bullied whilst the former, her twin brother, got picked on a lot. She never paid any mind to it - largely because she was popular within the class enough to be told they didn't mean what they said to her - and instead fuelled a lot of her energy into lifting Apollo up. Whilst she would never get into physical fights when it came to defending Apollo - though she came close quite a few times - she seemed to have an affinity for picking up on lies or hypocrisy from the other kids.
Aphrodite had her first magical experience at the age of six. After a particularly rough day of her and Adonis defending Apollo from the nasty kids in their class, Aphrodite had come home with pent up anger that hadn't been released. If you asked her why she was angry, nothing more than an incomprehensible string of words about how unfair it was to Apollo would be her response. It was during a questioning session by her parents to find out more about the day's incidents that Aphrodite had her first magical experience; in her anger, a couple of vases in the living room smashed with the water boiling inside. That had calmed her down - scared her, actually - enough to be persuaded to go and play with Adonis and Apollo in the garden whilst her parents discussed something. To this day she doesn't know what they discussed but she likes to think it was a commendation for having so much love for her twin that it caused her magic to happen.
Her having magic - and later finding out that Adonis was magical too - gave Aphrodite a sense of hope. Sure, for the time it took for Apollo to have his first magical experience, she was upset that her twin didn't share their power, she was mostly happy that she and Adonis had a new means of protecting him as a last resort. Naturally, Aphrodite knew nothing about the laws regarding magic and didn't know where to begin in controlling it, but she felt better. It also gave her a distraction; her parents had since talked about a magic school where people learned about their powers and that was all Aphrodite could focus on - especially after Apollo had his first magical experience which meant she and her brothers would be attending the same school still. Whilst other kids wondered where they'd go or what school house named after some author they'd be put in, Aphrodite wondered if she'd be a brave Gryffindor or perhaps the smartest Ravenclaw that ever lived.
Now in Hogwarts, Aphrodite can safely say she doesn't miss her muggle life. In fact, she's confused as to how she survived in it for so long.