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Good evening, Madame Ana,” Emma answered in a small voice. She knew very well what was coming. ” Emma nodded politely, but inwardly she thought there was no need for any sort of “review”—she knew exactly what would happen. She would stand in a receiving line for hours, her feet aching even more as she smiled at countless people, inclining her head to some, curtsying to a few. She would make conversation with elderly countesses and statesmen with ear trumpets and a faint smell of mildew about them, would not pay too much attention to any one young man, and would always, always stand up straight and smile.
Lord Osborn frowned. “Ah, well,” he said. “ Tis of no matter what you do tonight, I suppose. ” This was certainly the first Jack had heard of it. ” “Yes. Surely even you have heard of the occasion, even though I doubt you ever read any serious newspapers. ” “It is an honor to your father’s diplomatic work that we are invited,” Jack’s mother said. Lord Osborn puffed up like a proud pigeon, the pearl buttons on his waistcoat swelling. In his youth, before he ascended to the earldom, he had worked for the diplomatic corps in France and Prussia.
The visiting monarchs should enjoy their time here, unmarred by any trouble. Perhaps you could help them to achieve that enjoyment by keeping an eye on them? Only informally, of course. Especially the Tsar and his party. The Russians can be so—unpredictable. ” Jack thought once more of the reception he was to attend with his parents tomorrow evening—the reception in honor of the visiting monarchs. This new task seemed fated. “Yes,” he answered. ” ——— Why did she always seem to end up staring out of windows?