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white necks or dipping them low as if in search of hidden treasure.
Lizbeth clapped her hands together.
" 'Tis lovely," she exclaimed, "lovely!" and turned to see Nanna smiling at her.
" Of course it's lovely," Nanna agreed stoutly. "A palace fit for a Queen, and that's how it should be."
Lizbeth laughed at that. It had been a great concession on Catherine's part to allow her to bring Nanna with her. She had suggested various other maids, but Lizbeth had been insistent, and after much argument Nanna had finally been permitted to accompany her.
" Come and look at London," Lizbeth said, linking her arm through that of the old woman.
" I've got no time for sightseeing," Nanna retorted sternly. "There's all the unpacking to do and the good Lord knows what else to be seen to."
Lizbeth laughed out loud as Nanna hurried away to direct the porters who were carrying up the trunks.
Watching the barges then, Lizbeth felt her mind drift away to Rodney. She could never be free of him for long, and now once again she could hear his voice calling her as she had fled away from him down the drive. Should she have waited? She asked herself that question ; and even as she did so, she knew she had done the right thing. She had left him to Phillida.
Restlessly, because she could not sit and think of them together, she walked across the room. All over England girls of her own age would be envying her to-day-a new Maid of Honour to Her Majesty, a new face at Whitehall. She was to be revered, speculated about and envied.
It was hard to believe•it was true that she was here in the Palace and in a short while, perhaps in a few hours, she would be in the presence of the most important woman in the whole world-Elizabeth, to whom the whole world looked in admiration, in envy, and as far as her own subjects were concerned, in adoration. She, Lizbeth, was to serve her, wait on her and constantly to be in that splendid, awe-inspiring presence!
And then, as she thought of her good fortune, Lizbeth,

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looking out over the busy river with the walls of Whitehall encompassing her, knew that all this pomp and glory was wasted on her. For she wanted only the arms of one man around her for security, for splendour and glory the touch of his lips on hers.

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