Villainess Wants To Turn Over A New Leaf - Chapter 316
At this time, there were people guarding both interiors and exteriors of the East Palace. Coming to see that the bride was indeed a little unruly for her as a Princess. So, in order to avoid causing unnecessary trouble, Lin Feilu flew into the palace from the back wall.
There were old maids and servants waiting outside the Crown Princess’s room. She easily avoided them and threw two stones towards the main door of the palace. When they walked over to check on the stones, she quickly jumped down, pushed the door open, and slipped into the room.
The Crown Princess’s bedroom was largely gorgeous, and the decorations in the room were filled with a bright red theme, making the room appear to be very festive. It was just that the room was quiet, and two long blessing candles were burning quietly on the table. Behind the beaded curtains, the Crown Princess in the Phoenix Coronation Robes was sitting on the edge of the bed. She sat motionless with the red veil embroidered with mandarin ducks playing in the water draped over her head.
Hearing the sound, she thought it was the nanny who came into the house to take care of blessing candles. These blessing candles would be lit from now until tomorrow morning, which symbolized a couple growing old together.
Lin Feilu walked over lightly, and when she reached the bedside, she bent sideways and looked up, only to see the bride’s neck that was as fair as snow.
She whispered, “Sister-in-law.”
Si Miaoran was startled and subconsciously wanted to lift the veil. However, she stretched out her hand halfway, and put it down in front of her cautiously before asking hesitantly, “Fifth Princess?”
Before, when she entered the palace to give her greetings to the royal family, only the Fifth Princess addressed her as ‘sister-in-law’.
Lin Feilu smiled and said, “It’s me.”
Si Miaoran had met her twice and from those two meetings, she felt that the Fifth Princess had a very likable personality. The little girl was very affectionate towards her, so she had a good impression of the Princess. Hearing that it was Lin Feilu, her rigid sitting posture finally relaxed a little, but she still sat upright and asked softly, “Why did the Fifth Princess come here?”
Lin Feilu took out some dim sum(3) that she had wrapped in a handkerchief from her arms, “I’m worried that sister-in-law would get hungry, so I brought you something to eat.”
(T/N: Different types of savory dumplings that have all sorts of fillings in them ranging from prawns to other kinds of meat and veg. Truly one of the Chinese’s best inventions)
(Editor: Dim Sum also means “made from the heart”. So, yeah.)
Si Miaoran said, “Thank you Princess for thinking of my well-being, but Miaoran shouldn’t eat it as it’s against the rules.”
Lin Feilu sat down on the footrest beside the bed, “Brother Crown Prince asked me to bring it to you.”
Si Miaoran asked in surprise, “His… His Highness, the Crown Prince?”
Lin Feilu said, “Yes, Brother Crown Prince was worried that sister-in-law would get hungry, so he specifically told me to bring them here!”
Si Miaoran didn’t speak for a while, so Lin Feilu guessed that she was shy.
She took her hand and placed the handkerchief with the dim sum in her palm before she said with a smile, “Sister-in-law, eat quickly; just don’t take off the veil! Anything you want to eat, I can go get it for you. Would you like some marinated pork legs?”
Si Miaoran was amused by her and she said softly, “No need for that, these snacks are enough.”
After she replied to her, she took the dim sum and placed it within the veil, taking small bites of the delicacy.
Lin Feilu went to pour her a cup of tea.
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