, right, Catherine?”


“No, I don’t think the embroidery teacher wanted us to make that much, Caitlyn.”


It’s a great amount as usual.
The twins widened their eyes after seeing how much cloth Emma brought.

Today, their silver hair that Minato adored was styled into twin tails and tied with a light blue ribbon.
Silver and light blue made a rather pretty combination.

The noble house that the twins belonged to governed the Simmons territory, which has a large harbor. A marine pattern could also be good…


Somehow or other, because of the commotion with the King, Imperial Prince Tasuku, and the ninjas yesterday, Emma had hardly been able to sew.
If she had an entire day off, she could have finished several dresses with the whole family, but in the end they only managed to work on Marion’s dress.


…come to think of it, I was upstairs when I secretly spied Imperial Prince Tasuku as he was leaving.
He looked so downhearted, I was worried for him.
Maybe he was just feeling hungry…



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“How are you alive……?”


Returning to the royal castle from the Stuart House, Imperial Prince Tasuku let the servants retire and sat down on the chair in the VIP guest room prepared for him.
The ones who appeared before him were none other than the twenty ninjas.


Imperial Prince Tasuku’s POV

The ninjas… are alive?


The 19 ninjas who Count Stuart said had been ‘taken care of’ were alive right before my eyes.

Moreover, judging from their appearance, they had been released unharmed.

As their clothes weren’t torn anywhere, did this mean that these elites couldn’t put up a fight when they were caught?


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Did the ninjas divulge all of Imperial Japan’s secrets?


No, not to mention leaking confidential matters, ninjas weren’t even allowed to say anything that implied those secrets.

And they would definitely take their own lives before they could reach that stage.


Because that’s what a ninja is.


If so, then how? How are they still alive?


Is this a trick by Count Stuart?

But, the result of this time’s discussion was supposedly a heaven-sent for Imperial Japan.


Count and Countess Stuart had supported the diplomatic exchange as interpreters.

As early as tomorrow, the boat carrying food supplies will be departing for Imperial Japan, thanks to the Count’s goodwill.

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