DOP Chapter 215 – Meeting an Old Friend (6)

Chapter 215 – Meeting an Old Friend (6)
Translated by: Shiroyukineko
Edited by: editAS
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“It’s too noisy.” Liu Yue replied indifferently.

Since the moment the news about her marrying that what’s-her-name princess was announced, her General’s Official Residence had practically become a wet market.

Today, the Minister of Appointments came. Tomorrow, it would be the Assistant Minister of Rites’ turn. The next day, it would be the Minister of Transport. Everyone was coming to visit her in an endless stream.

Liu Yue had left these matters for Yun Zhao to handle. It was not because she wanted quiet. It was just that the information that she wanted couldn’t be taken from the visiting dignitaries.

The Hou Jin Crown Prince, Chen Fei laughed as he heard her. He then replied unhurriedly, “It’s not a bad thing if you did not form a relationship with them,”

Pausing himself for a while, he then smiled at Liu Yue and said, “The auspicious date has been determined. The eighth of next month is a good day. The Ministry of Rites had started to prepare for the celebration, you can ask them whatever you want if you have any requests.”

Hearing this, Liu Yue replied with a ‘yeah’, her reaction was neither enthusiastic nor cold.

Seeing this, Chen Fei laughed and nodded satisfiedly, “Right, come with me to see my Third Brother today. His Third King’s Residence was just right beside your General’s Official Residence. He is a little hot-headed, but he’s also not bad.”

Liu Yue deduced that ‘not bad’ meant that he wouldn’t threaten the Crown Prince, and that he was his person.

Although she had a plan in her heart, her expression did not change.

“Your majesty, your majesty.” A square faced young man suddenly burst forward from a crowd of people and jogged towards them as he called out.

Seeing this person, Chen Fei stopped in his tracks and asked, “What happened?”

The square-faced man looked extremely young, she reckoned that he was more or less her age. His thick eyebrows and big eyes were spirited and his strides were strong. He must have practiced some martial arts.

However, all of these were unimportant. The most important thing was that his face looked extremely familiar.

Liu Yue couldn’t help but to deeply observe this young man who seemed to be very close to Chen Fei. He really looked familiar, but she couldn’t remember where she had seen him before.

The young man ran towards them in a few steps and stood right beside Chen Fei. When he saw Liu Yue, he didn’t speak.

Seeing this, Chen Fei laughed, “It’s okay.”

The young man’s eyes flashed with a hint of doubt, but he didn’t say anything else and took out a small piece of bound paper from his robe.

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