According to someone named Bruce, Ron's two older twin brothers are descendants, or rather a representation, of ancient English kings. This is what the fan in question reckons:
'When George lost an ear, Fred was doomed. Why? Because all the Weasley names, except Ron, are either the names of a British king or queen, or an Arthurian name (and Ron brings Harry into the family, and there have been eight Harrys on the throne; nine if you are a die-hard Jacobite). King George III was deaf in one ear and he became king because of the untimely death of Prince Frederick.'
'King George III also only took the throne after his father, Prince Frederick, died unexpectedly—and all true HP fans know that Fred died far too young during the Battle for Hogwarts in the final book. Bottom line? If J.K. Rowling named Fred and George after those Brit royals on purpose, she knew from the get-go that Fred would eventually die.'
Indeed, if we look more closely at the British Royal History, we can see that when George III neared the end of his reign, he became deaf in one ear and almost went blind. Remember when George got his ear sliced by Severus Snape's spell!Could that be a mere coincidence or some serious foreshadowing? Astonishing, right?