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A letter from His Majesty the King, or should I say an apology?
It’s a personal one.
It was written about my former fiancées.
To my surprise, His Royal Highness thought he was going to stay in the royal family forever.
I wonder why such a misunderstanding would occur.
He was not aware that he was going to be a son-in-law at all.
It is puzzling why he believed that a prince could remain in a royal family without any backing.
Besides the first prince, who is the crown prince, there are the fourth and fifth princes, who are the queen’s children.
Is he not surprised that his half-brother, the third prince, who was also a consort’s child, is already the Crown Prince’s retainer?
In the end, His Highness Julius married his lover.
He was taken in by her family as a son-in-law.
Even if he was a son-in-law, it was impossible for His Royal Highness to go to medical school with his head, so it was left to the grandchildren.
I guess. The important thing is that Miss Jenny found out she was pregnant before she graduated from the university, so it’s a double celebration for them. She is said to be working as a civil servant until her child is born.
I deeply admire her courage for graduating at the top of her class in the midst of all this turmoil.
After the birth of her child, she is likely to leave it in the care of Her Highness Julius, who has become her husband, and return to work as soon as possible.
Although she has started her elite course, her career will probably be slowed down because the nobles dislike her due to the troubles she had before her marriage.
especially the high-ranking nobles. My condolences on your loss. Unlike the lower nobility, the higher nobility is very attentive to what Miss Jenny has done so far.
It must have been quite amusing for a commoner like Miss Jenny to look down on me.
though she didn’t seem to realize it.
His Highness Julius and I didn’t always get along, but we weren’t on the best of terms either.
Unlike me, she had his love all to herself.
It wouldn’t be strange if she got carried away and unconsciously thought of me as a lesser person.
After all, His Highness Julius had escorted her to every party. In the midst of a crowd of nobles, she entered the venue as His Highness Julius’ partner, danced with him, talked with him, and told him she loved him.
Do you think that the surrounding nobles would not frown upon such a couple?
Do they really think it is a good idea to be unnecessarily friendly with a man who is engaged?
First of all, you don’t have to keep me informed of every gift His Highness Julius has given you or every date you’ve had.
And in front of so many people.
But in a way, it’s a good thing.
After all, I got to see His Highness Highness Julius and Miss Jenny having an open affair.
The foolish people who were rooting for the two of them could be judged as either cheaters or people who don’t think anything of betraying a certain person.
It’s going to be tough for them.
especially the aristocracy.
I’m sure they’ll have a hard time in social circles.
Oh? If you think about it, it’s probably a good thing that His Highness Julius became a commoner.