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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

Of course she'd adore to, but she might have to go to America. And there was a film she'd been asked to do. How d'you do, how d'you do, how d'you do, how d'you do - smiles to four tables. But she would have adored to. Phil darling, we mustn't be late - how d'you do - and we're keeping Mr. and Mrs. Wellard from their oysters. Don't you adore oysters? Good-bye, Mrs. Wellaxd. Good-bye, so delightful to meet you, it will make a divine play. Another radiant smile, snapped off the moment her face began to turn away, and she was gone. Nixon bowed his farewells with an added courtesy, as if to apologize for her, or perhaps for stagefolk generally, in that their excess of charm shows up so plainly all that it seeks to hide.
`I didn't know you knew Nixon,' said Reginald, still d little resentfully, as he sat down.
`Yes, darling. He was at lunch at Lady Edgemoor's.'
`Yes, but I didn't even know-'
`I did tell you, darling, but you were reading The Times.'
`When was that?'
`Last Thursday was the lunch, but I said at breakfast-' 'Thursday. Oh, then that was after.'
`After what, darling? Was that what you were going to tell me?'
`Yes. You see, I happened to meet her in Piccadilly ust as I was -'
`She told me she'd had tea with you.' Reginald felt ashamed suddenly.
`Sweetheart, I meant to tell you. I'm awfully sorry.
Say you didn't mind.'
`It's all right, darling. There doesn't seem to be so much time for telling in London, does there? And I love to think of her having tea with you. She's sweet, I think.'

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