★yoʋ'ɼɛ so ʋɑiɳ★ ★yoʋ pɼoɓɑɓɭy ʈɧiɳk ʈɧis soɳg is ɑɓoʋʈ yoʋ★ ★yoʋ'ɼɛ so ʋɑiɳ★
"My goodness! More people! She exclaimed as she saw Moon and Hikari enter. "Well welcome! Please, enjoy yourselves! I've set everything up perfectly." She stopped, as she was complimented by Raina. "Oh dear, I'm too elegant for this world! But of course, you are quite elegant yourself! If you follow our contest's theme and dress in an outfit that is gem inspired, you should definitely enter the contest to be our Diamond Queen!"
Keaira strode in gracefully, observing and taking in all the fine details that were put to place in this castle, studying the room and everyone from a fair distance she smiled and bowed slightly at the prince and princess before moving gracefully to the side to observe
Aularen slowly walked into the room, her full, lacy cream skirt trailing out behind her. After a few steps, she stopped and looked around. She wasn't used to being around so many people. Most of her time was spent in her garden, reading a book or picking flowers or simply taking walks. Father thought it was good for her, though, to spend time around more dignitaries or even royalty. Well, you couldn't really get much more royal than demigods, and royal demigods to boot, could you? So this would please Father well enough, for now. Until he started thinking again how it was time for her to get married to some rich old man. She sighed, and absentmindedly went to scratch her arm when she discovered a flower stuck to the outside of her elbow. She brushed it off, and then wondered if that was the right thing to do. Shouldn't she pick it up? So she bent down, and it became harder to breathe than usual with her corset. She made to kneel, but her knees got caught in her skirt and made her topple over. She finally grabbed the flower, stood up as quickly as possible, and shoved the flower into her sleeve before making her way over to a sofa to sit, her cheeks red with embarrassment.