Harry is looking at the newspaper, and Rita Skeeter has written an article about Dumbledore. Rita is a nasty and dishonest piece of work, so the article is bound to make Harry angry.
Luckily, he gets a good distraction right at that moment: Ginny comes in and asks Harry to zip her up. Then she kisses him. Dumbledore who?
Outside, Mr. Weasley is putting up a tent for this wedding.
The Minister of Magic arrives. Hey, that's the guy we saw blathering to reporters at the beginning.
He's there to talk to Harry—and, more to the point, read Dumbledore's will.
As it turns out, Dumbledore left stuff to Ron, Hermione, and Harry.
The kids seem pleased with their gifts…but puzzled. Hermione got a book of old stories, Ron got Dumbledore's Deluminator (which turns lights on and off), and Harry got a couple of things, including the first Snitch he caught in a Quidditch match.
One of the other gifts makes perfect sense, though: Dumbledore left the sword of Gryffindor to Harry.
As you may recall, the sword can destroy Horcruxes, so Harry definitely knows why Dumbledore wanted to leave it to him.
Unfortunately, the Minister of Magic doesn't think the sword was Dumbledore's to give…and besides, the sword is missing.