J.K.Rowling reveals the secret behind the word "ALWAYS" in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part-2

After the heartbreaking death of Alan Rickman (Severus Snape) of Harry Potter, J.K.Rowling has revealed that she shared a secret with Alan Rickman about his character, Severus Snape, years before she published that in the book.

Back in 2011 Rickman told RTÉ, that J.K.Rowling offered him critical imminent into the wizard's character. What she told Rickman remained a mystery for all those years.

In response to a fan on Twitter, she revealed the mystery.

Harry Potter fans recall the utterance of the word "Always" by Severus Snape in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part-2 that it was a word of climax in the character's arc, revealing that his love for Lilly potter (Harry's Mother) was so powerful that he swear to protect Lilly's son, always, from Lord Voldemort, no matter what the cost.

Rickman died last week, battling cancer, at 69.