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True Fated Marriage novel Chapter 135

Early in the morning of the next day, Grace Smith took Gary Smith to the kindergarten.

When Gary arrived at the kindergarten gates, he heard a clear child's voice coming from behind him, "Good morning, Gary."

Gary immediately turned around, and there was a hint of excitement in his voice. "Good morning, Ernest."

Grace was surprised. Judging from her son's tone, she felt that Gary was rather receptive of the little boy who greeted him.

Little Gary did not really like to be friends with the children in the kindergarten. In his words, the children in the kindergarten were very childish.

All of a sudden, she was very curious about what kind of young boy her son would be interested to befriend.

At the moment she turned around, Grace was stunned, and her pupils dilated in awe, she seemed to be a little bit surprised.

Grace could feel her heart beat wildly in an uncontrollable manner.

It was a beautiful child with fair skin. His facial features were perfect. He was as tall as Little Gary, and his appearance was somewhat similar to him too!

When she saw him, her blood seemed to boil at this moment.

Yes, because of excitement.

That kind of excitement was entirely due to the little boy in front of her.

His facial features were delicate, and his eyes were big and clear, shining like the stars in the night sky.

The more Grace looked at him, the more her heart beat wildly for no reason.

The little boy was also slightly stunned when he saw Grace. His big eyes flickered and he was a little surprised.

"Mommy, let me introduce my friend to you." Gary took Grace's hand and walked up to Ernest. "Mommy, this is my good friend; Ernest. Ernest, this is my mommy."

"Nice to meet you, auntie." Ernest's eyes were fixed on Grace. He was still polite, but there was still a deep surprise in his eyes.

This auntie looked so kind.

It was the same feeling he had when he first met Gary. It made him feel an indescribable sense of closeness.

She felt like a mother to him.

Ernest never had a mother. Every time when he saw other children that had their own mothers, there was a hint of envy in his eyes.

"I'm Ernest." Seeing that Grace did not respond, Ernest introduced himself again.

However, Grace was still in a daze, completely staring at the child's face. She didn't move for a long time, as if she was stunned.

Gary noticed that something was wrong. He reached out and shook Grace's hand, reminding, "Mommy, Ernest is greeting you."

Gary saw that Grace's eyes were glued to Ernest's face, as if she was looking at her long-lost child.

There was also a hint of surprise in Little Gary's eyes. "Mommy, what's wrong with you?"

"Uh!" Grace suddenly came to her senses. She looked at Ernest and said, "Nice to meet you, Ernest. I'm sorry, I was just lost in thought."

Ernest shook his head and said, "It doesn't matter, auntie."

Ernest was also a little distracted just now, but he quickly composed himself.

Grace was embarrassed instead. She looked at Ernest and then looked behind him.

Only then did she notice that Ernest was followed by a man in his forties.

She felt sorry for her absent-mindedness just now and said to the man, "Your child is really goodlooking and polite. What a good boy he is."

"Thank you, lady. Our Young Master is a 'little gentleman', and so is your child." The butler smiled faintly and explained, "However, I am just the butler of Young Master Ernest."

"Oh." Grace blushed. She thought he was the child's father, but he turned out to be the butler. "I'm sorry, I thought..."

Grace was too embarrassed to continue.


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