Seventh Year Gryffindor. / Future Quidditch Star ⭐
Daughter of Fabian & Edmund Lleo-Schmidt. United Kingdom Joined April 2040 124Following 867KFollowers
History @thezelda • May 31
Two Quidditch superstars falling in love and getting married sounds like a media dream come true, right? That was what happened to one Montrose Magpies Beater, Fabian Lleo, and one Caerphilly Catapults Chaser, Edmund Schmidt, got together. Somewhere in between a whirlwind romance and a slow burning love, the two Quidditch stars eventually settled down together and coined a new family name that was unique to them - Lleo-Schmidt. With a cute house on the beachfront, life seemed promising for the two Keeping Up With The Schmidts stars.
The issue of children had always plagued their minds, it being a topic brought up early on into their marriage. There was a level of understanding that they both wanted them but the method was unclear. One wanted to adopt and the other deemed the new, experimental muggle gene splicing techniques to be much more ideal. Eventually it was settled that they'd do both; adopt a child and also go about having a biological child of their own. The latter, having been carried by a surrogate for nine months, happened to be a little girl that they named Zelda. Zelda Alicia Emily Lleo-Schmidt. A mouthful, maybe, but a name that the media would remember nonetheless.
Despite her fathers' sports fame, Zelda grew up in a surprising amount of obscurity compared to other children in her position. Sure the media got glimpses of her from time to time as she attended events with her parents but, beyond that, very little was known about the Lleo-Schmidt's eldest daughter. Some would say that perhaps Zelda never minded but, in reality, she never knew any different. She knew what fame her one family came from - the reruns of Keeping Up With The Schmidts were some things she had come to dread - but never had she envied it. In hindsight she'd look back and determine it came from never gaining anything from it - her life was good without the fame and she failed to see how it could make it better. Maybe it wouldn't have been that eloquently put down when she was a child but, in general, that was the mood.
In any case, when Zelda was seven years-old she had her first magical experience. It was a very simple experience - levitating some shells on the beach behind the family home - but it was enough for her life to be pushed more into the magical direction. Where prior she hadn't been allowed to do certain things out of fear that she wasn't a witch, Zelda was able to begin helping her fathers with certain magical elements. By seven and a half, Zelda was riding a broom with a natural affinity; something she no doubt inherited from both of her fathers. In a matter of months, Zelda was as involved as any other child of two pure-bloods, having quickly made up lost time on the more muggle-oriented education she had just in case she ended up being a Squib.
As boring as it is to say of a child of two celebrity, professional Quidditch players, Zelda's life remained quite quiet. Although she made a few appearances on Keeping Up With The Schmidts following her magical experience and became known as 'Edmund's Demure Daughter,' Zelda remained firmly out of the spotlight. Instead she devoted time to learning more about magic... a large of that being, of course, playing Quidditch. Labelled a prodigy by her fathers, from early on Zelda decided she wanted to be involved with Quidditch somehow. With big aspirations in mind, it was a surprise to nobody that Zelda announced her intentions of being a Hogwarts Quidditch star at the family dinner table the night she got her letter to Hogwarts.
Having been sorted into Gryffindor in First Year, Zelda's on a path to follow her fathers' footsteps and fill their shoes; all four of them.
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