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"What on earth is all this talk about princes and danger," she demanded at last. "Has father been reading detective stories?"
But she opened her eyes very wide when her brother told her the reason of Lord d'Harlecourt's visit to the 'Varsity. She was immensely intrigued by the very mysterious Mr. Bernaldi, and her heart warmed just a little more than perhaps it should have done, towards the romantic Prince Carl.
" But which is father bringing to tea?" she asked curiously.
" I don't know," replied Bunny whose mind still dwelt on the well-groomed foreigner. The man had impressed him in a strange and unusual way-a way he could not quite understand. Bunny almost felt him near him when he thought of him-such was the effect of his personality. It was rather frightening!
But Ajax suspected which of the two would arrive with Lord d'Harlecourt. And his guess was right. The old diplomat was showing how he had earned the reputation ,of being Britain's ablest plenipotentiary. He knew the full value of an unconventional tea in a punt on the river-and he was most anxious that all these young people should get on well together.
He was a bit worried this afternoon. Royal princes are not always easy people to tackle, and he had not seen Carl for a long time. Then, again, he felt uneasy over this man Bernaldi. Who was he? What was he doing here? How had he managed to get the British Ambassador to interest himself in him? He surely would not write asking a man like Lord d'Harlecourt to take pity on a man just because he was lonely. It was all so fearfully ;confusing and out of the ordinary. Was there to be another political tangle to unravel like that terrible affair twenty years or so ago, he wondered?

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