during her visit. Plus, this isn’t a case where the real parents come out when she’s become successful, etc.
Laya: It’s still hard.
Alquanna: Actually, it would be more interesting to look at the reaction of the general public in Yangdon. Because the king would surely accept Mikay. But can it actually lend fuel to the fire with regard to the revolt? Like, “she’s not even from here, how can she be queen?”
Laya: But they’ve been celebrating her memory for the past 16 years, even when she wasn’t there.
Alquanna: Celebrating a memory is one thing, having her there is another. This isn’t Tangled where there’s magic.
Laya: Yes, but at least they know they have a princess. It’s not like it’s a surprise, even if others are complaining that the king is too obsessed with finding his lost daughter. And if magic suddenly comes up, I’ll throw something at the TV. Like earlier, when Behati was making a love potion. I’m glad she didn’t get to use it. I was like, I hope the king is smarter than that… he is? Good!
Alquanna: ROFL. I think once Mikay gets installed as the rightful heir, those who were worried about the king’s obsession might get swayed into totally opposing the king.
Laya: Then we come back to Jao being the balancing factor?
Alquanna: Maybe. Let’s just watch and see.
Laya: This is so complicated. We can’t predict everything.
Alquanna: Which is a good sign!
Laya: Ha, I knew you’d say that.