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Queenie Goldstein Coronavirus
Does Queenie Goldstein Have the coronavirus?
Queenie Goldstein does not have the coronavirus. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Queenie Goldstein having the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Is Queenie Goldstein's father, Mr Goldstein, dead or alive?
Mr Goldstein's information is not available now.
Is Queenie Goldstein's mother, Mrs Goldstein, dead or alive?
Mrs Goldstein's information is not available now.
Queenie Goldstein's sister :
- Porpentina Scamander (sister)
Queenie Goldstein's brother :
- Newt Scamander (brother-in-law)
Queenie Goldstein - Biography
Queenie Goldstein was an American witch. She was the younger sister of Porpentina Scamander neé Goldstein and the sister-in-law of Newt Scamander.
She attended Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where she was sorted into Pukwudgie house. After graduating from Ilvermorny, Queenie acquired a desk job in the Wand Permit Office, within the Magical Congress of the United States of America. Because of her beauty, she was described by others as being a "bombshell". She was also an extremely accomplished Legilimens, someone with the ability to extract feelings and memories from another’s mind.
Queenie was a free-spirited, kind-hearted woman. She was very empathetic and skilled in the art of Legilimency, which sometimes affected her relationship with others, but deepened the one she shared with her sister. She was also considered to be "very brave."
Queenie was unperturbed by the prejudice of her fellow wizards towards No-Majs, as ferociously evidenced by her relationship with Jacob Kowalski, and her empathy towards him. She was incredibly kind towards people she realised were in pain or torment, as shown by how she consoled Newton Scamander about his relationship with Leta Lestrange - stating that Leta was a taker, whilst he needed a giver.