"Welcome students!" Dumbledore said, "I hope your time here so far has been wonderful. I have some wonderful news. Nineteen years ago two of our Hogwarts students had a child. Those students were Sirius Black and Lily Evans. Most of you know Lily as Lily Potter, Harry Potter's mother. They sent their child three years into the future so no one would know that she was their child. She is here now, but few of you know her. Amaris, please stand."
I stood up and turned bright pink as all eyes were on me. Harry's eyes widened then he glared at me. I sat down then leaned over to talk to him.
"Harry," I began
"Why didn't you tell me?" He spat
"I didn't know," I replied
"And you believe them?" Harry continued to glare at me
"Yes," I nodded, "What else can I do?"
"Know the truth," Harry frowned
"Harry!" I hollered but he had already moved
"Mails here!" A student shouted
An owl came down next to Harry and spat out a letter. He saw who it was from and hastily opened it. He scanned the paper quickly looking up at me occasionally. His jaw dropped. He finished, stood up and gave it to me.
I know you wouldn't believe it even if Dumbledore announced it in front of all of Hogwarts. So did Professor Dumbledore. He told me what happened and I believe that she might actually be the child Lily and I had then sent into the future. I know you hate the idea of me and Lily making mistakes, but we weren't perfect. I still am not perfect. Harry, I know Amaris is the baby that I had with Lily. It's ridiculous for you not to believe me.
On a completely unrelated note, have you figured out the clue for the second task of the Triwizard Tournament?-----
Harry ripped the letter out of my hands.
"You entered the Tournament?!" My eyes widened
"No, Amaris, I didn't. Not a lot of people believe me, but I swear I didn't enter. Someone else, I don't know who, put my name in the Goblet and I got picked." Harry paled
"Harry," I hugged him
"You're my brother," I pointed out
"Half, Amaris," he pulled away, "I'm your half-brother."
"Whatever," I smiled