Heart smirked, long used to Celestia’s rather deep view of words and the effort needed to construct them. She spoke with an eloquence that few could match, well, ever.
Heart merely respectfully nodded, moving to make the tea he had promised. He didn’t dip into his supply of Assam - it costing a lot more than normal; one of the ‘expensive’ teas - as he knew she would see it as a play on her royalty.
No, no. The standard, Poneley tea would do here.
He paused to give her time; she would need it.
Sunny continued to mull over her words for some time, carefully considering what she was about to say. She did not want to pollute the core issue with too many extravagant details, but being too vague had an equal chance of forming the wrong ideas. It wasn’t that the mare doubted Heart’s abilities, nor his perceptive skills, she just heavily doubted this sort of problem could be considered a normal occurrence. It was almost certainly a special case, and most likely one that would need to be managed with the utmost care. So it was that she waited to be served her tea before revealing her issue to the stallion before her.
"Heart, it appears…"
Sunny began, speaking carefully.
"…that after a particularly impromptu romantic evening with a particular stallion, that this individual has fallen in love with Sunny Smiles.”