Chapter 517 - 517 Uncle Bai Seems Like He's Going To Get Bad Romantic Encounters
517 Uncle Bai Seems Like He’s Going To Get Bad Romantic Encounters
Qiao Xiuli’s voice was indifferent. “Of course it’s because his original objective is to protect Nuo’er. All the rights given by the emperor are just proof for him.”
“Proof to show that all the efforts he put in are just so that he can stand steadily by Nuo’er’s side.”
The attendant seemed to understand a little. “In that case, Marquis Yongye must like the princess. In that case, when the princess grows up, he’ll ask for her hand in marriage?”
At the mention of this question, Qiao Xiuli, who had always been elegant, frowned. “He can forget about it. It’s fine if Nuo’er treats him as a playmate.”
Nuo’er was the treasure of their entire family. How could she get married so easily?
Even if he agreed, would Nuo’er’s 20 over biological brothers agree too?
When the attendant heard this, he silently shut his mouth.
His Eldest Young Master had always been known for his good temper.
However, when it came to little princess Yaoguang, he refused to take a single step back.
Qiao Xiuli got into the carriage and left with the help of the servant.
In an alley not far away, Cui Yutong stood there with her two maidservants and didn’t go far.
She looked angrily at Ning Chudie, who was lowering her head and taking care of the accounts in the shop.
Just now, it was this stinky accountant who caused her to be detested by the princess!
Cui Yutong gritted her teeth. “I must let her know how great I am!”
When the maidservant beside her heard this, her heart skipped a beat and she couldn’t help but dissuade her again. “Miss, just listen to this servant’s advice! That’s the princess’s shop. Just now, the princess had already warned us not to anger her anymore!”
Cui Yutong looked at her from the corner of her eye. “What are you afraid of? Wouldn’t it be fine if I didn’t show myself this time?”
The maidservant was stunned. “Miss, are you planning to…”
“Come closer. I’ll give you a few instructions. Go and make the arrangements according to my instructions.”
Gu Nuo’er didn’t return to the palace directly. Instead, she wanted to eat Auntie Bai’s cooking, so Ye Siming brought her home.
When Bai Yi and his wife saw that the little princess had arrived, they welcomed her warmly.
Ye Siming said to Gu Nuo’er, “I’ll go change my clothes.”
Gu Nuo’er nodded and sat obediently on the chair. Her two small feet were away from the ground and swayed gently.
At this moment, a servant came in with a letter and handed it to Madam Bai.
Madam Bai took a look and frowned. She handed the letter to the servant. “Burn it. In the future, you don’t have to bring their letters into the residence.”
The servant quickly nodded and turned to leave.
When Bai Yi saw this, he asked, “Is it your family again?”
Madam Bai didn’t comment and her tone was a little indignant. “They were the ones who felt that I was in the way back then. Now, they’re the ones who want to build connections. There’s no need to pay attention to them!”
Bai Yi sighed. “I don’t mind. It’s just taking care of a few more people. It’s fine as long as Madam isn’t aggrieved.”
Madam Bai was about to say something when she saw Gu Nuo’er looking at them with wide eyes.
She subconsciously stopped talking and smiled. “I’ll go prepare some pastries for the princess to try.”
Gu Nuo’er smiled sweetly. “Thank you, Auntie Bai!”
Bai Yi was a man. He sat in the main hall and faced the child with her big watery eyes. He closed his legs together unnaturally and sat up straight.
Gu Nuo’er blinked her long eyelashes as if waiting for him to start chatting.
However, Bai Yi was not good with words to begin with, let alone facing the princess!
He finally stood up. “I’ll go take a look at Siming. Why is he changing so slowly?! Princess, please wait a moment.”
Therefore, he also slipped away.
Gu Nuo’er was the only one left in the main hall.
The child muttered in confusion, “Did I see wrongly just now? Uncle Bai seems like he’s going to get bad romantic encounters…”
Before she could think clearly, a weak call came from the door—
“Fish older sister.”