Harry Potter fans are emotional today as his son goes to Hogwarts
September 1 is when the Hogwarts Express leaves King's Cross station behind and embarks on its journey to the magical school.
But, since it's 2017, this is an especially exciting year for Potter fans because it is the date at the end of "The Deathly Hallows" when the epilogue informed us that Harry and Ginny's son, Albus Severus, runs through the wall at platform nine and three quarters for the very first time.
The beloved series' equally revered author, J.K. Rowling, took to twitter to celebrate the day along with her loyal followers and marked it with the viral hashtag, #19yearslater - a tweet that's racked up over 250,000 likes as of Friday afternoon so, all was well.
"Today's the day Albus Severus Potter boards the Hogwars Express at King's Cross for the first time #19yearslater," Rowling posted.
And Potterheads got next-level emotional in their thanks and acknowledgements of Rowling and the world she created.
"Dear JK - a day to remember the 'little Wizard' who lives inside all of us. That's something your books have helped me see. Thank you x," @trickyvicar replied to the author.
"Such a special day! Thank you for creating this wonderful, magical world, it means so much to so many of us!" @lovelylaurajd, added.
"If I could just apparate to King Cross Station… Curse this muggle blood," @ClaretQuarts said.
"Remembering all the goodtimes & friends & magic these stories have infused my life with. So happy to be going #BackToHogwarts #19yearslater," @lb815 tweeted.
"Good luck to all the 1st years at hogwarts," @GlitterGodess added.
"I called my dog "Draco." I will tattoo (a thunderbolt) on my skin. I bought books, wands, movies, I taught out HP story to my friends. Thank you. Always," @xstuckwitharry said.