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Chapter 1576 - 1576 I Even Carried You Once
1576 I Even Carried You Once
Yaoyao had no idea how to react when she saw both her arms being hugged tightly.
However, when she looked into Hean’s eager eyes, she explained, “We don’t look exactly the same. Ji’er has a red mole on her forehead while I don’t. If you glanced at us, we do look the same, but if you look closer, there are many things different about us.”
“My mother told me that I stayed at Great Shang for quite a while when we went there. She said I’ve met Big Sis Yaoyao and Big Sis Ji’er, there is also Big Bro Long Yin, but I have no impression of it at all,” said Hean.
“You did visit Great Shang when you were young. You were so small then. I even carried you once,” Yaoyao said with a chuckle.
Hean’s face turned red when he heard this. His eyes widened as he looked at Yaoyao and said a little shyly, “Did you really carry me before?”!!
“Of course,” Yaoyao found his question funny as she replied. This reminded her of something and she turned to Yuan Xin. “Aunt Xin, my royal brother is on his way to the Yan Kingdom. He should be here in a few days.”
“Really? That’s wonderful!” Yuan Xin said happily. After that, she said rather emotionally, “I haven’t seen him for so many years. Yin’er must be really tall now.”
“He is. Royal Brother is now almost as tall as Father.” The mention of her older brother filled Yaoyao with pride.
Yuan Xin said with a smile, “Yin’er is so outstanding. There must be many girls who secretly like him.”
Yaoyao smiled and replied, “I’m not too sure about that. I guess there must be.” Her brother may be an exceptionally talented person, but he had a cold personality. He always acted harshly toward those who were not his family. Any ladies who met him would normally back away.
Yuan Xin laughed and said, “What do you mean ‘there must be’? Yin’er is such an impressive young man. The line of girls who fancy him must be so long, it would end up outside the city gates if they lined up.” While she was speaking, she casually glanced around and saw that her usually talkative daughter was surprisingly quiet.
“What’s wrong? Are you feeling unwell?” She gave her daughter a b.u.mp on the arm.
Hexin snapped out of her thoughts and shook her head. “I’m fine.”
Yuan Xin frowned when she saw Hexin behaving this way. A mother knew best and her daughter clearly had something on her mind.
Yaoyao suddenly laughed and said, “Xinxin, when you came to Great Shang back then, you kept chasing after Royal Brother everywhere. Do you still remember him?”
Hexin smiled bitterly and replied, “Of course, I do.” He was hard to forget.
Yaoyao noticed Hexin acting strangely and asked, “What’s wrong?”
Hexin shook her head and asked instead, “By the way, how is your cousin doing? Is she better now?”
“Do you mean Xue’er?” Yaoyao frowned. “She has always been in poor health, but Grandmother and Mother came up with a prescription last year that was designed specially for her. It should help her health.”
“That’s good,” Hexin said sincerely.
She had visited Great Shang with her parents when she was six.
When they arrived at Great Shang, it was the twelfth month of the lunar new year. The entire imperial capital was covered in snow.
Just as she pulled open the horse-drawn carriage blinds with excitement, she spotted a boy standing in the middle of the snow, looking like a proud green pine standing alone in the snow.
He must have waited there for quite a while as there were some snowflakes on his face, yet they did not cover up his beautiful, handsome face.
Even though he was young, he was already displaying a domineering presence without effort, which forewarned others not to look down on him.
His gaze was quickly lifted while she was sizing him up.
As he was still a child, he had not learned how to hold himself back. The gaze he threw at her looked stern and intimidating.
She had been shocked by it back then.
It was only later that she found out that he was Long Yin, the Heir Apparent of Great Shang.