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   Chapter 463 Attended The Wedding

Trapped In Lace By Six Characters: 9608

Updated: 2020-05-23 00:23


Just now she was pointed out by the name, and now Julie looked at her like this. No matter how thick-skinned she was, she would feel a little embarrassed. Not to mention that it was Rachel, whose face had already flushed a little, directly reflected behind her ears. She quickly lowered her eyes and walked into the living room. After saying hello to Jonathan and Tracy, she went to the second floor to change her clothes.

As soon as Rachel got changed and went downstairs, Tracy stood beside the escalator and reached out to pull the clothes on her. "I think you have bought this dress for a long time, haven't you?"

Rachel looked down and said, "I just bought it for a week."

It was bought when she went shopping with Lea last time. Recently, her belly suddenly grew much larger. The clothes she had bought before were already a little small and she couldn't wear them. Fortunately, she had deliberately bought a size larger than her home wear at that time. Now she felt that it was a little crowded to wear it. She was afraid that it would be small again in a few days and be put into the wardrobe.

Tracy frowned, "Only a week? Why did I think you had been worn for a long time? How about this? Tomorrow is weekend. You can go shopping with me and I'll buy you more clothes."

Sitting on the sofa, Jonathan took a sip of the tea and echoed, "Yes, go shopping with her. Buy whatever you like and I'll pay for it."

"Look, he has never been so generous to me before." Tracy pretended to be unhappy and muttered. Then she grinned and said, "We two can buy all the things we didn't want to buy before."

"What are you talking about?" Jonathan stretched out his index finger and pointed at her two times. "Didn't I give you the cards and money you used in the shopping mall before?"

"No, my son gave it to me."

Hearing their bickering, Rachel tried to say something but failed. After a while, she said in a low voice, "I don't have time tomorrow. I'm going to attend the wedding of my junior high school classmate."

"Are you sure?" Tracy raised her eyebrows and raised her voice in an instant. Seeing that Rachel nod and Jack had just come in, she immediately waved at him and said, "Your wife is going to attend the wedding tomorrow. You should go with her, right?"

"Oh, of course." Jack was stunned for a moment, and then he looked at Rachel confusedly. After making a gesture to her, he turned around and walked into the yard.

Knowing that he wanted to ask her the reason why she decided to attend the wedding again, Rachel smiled and followed him.

Tracy sat back on the sofa and flipped her clothes. At this time, she saw a bank card. She raised her head and looked at it confusedly. "Why did you give me the card?"

Jonathan was confused by her question. "Didn't you say that you would go shopping tomorrow? You can use this card then."

"

suit on you is okay. Don't change it later."

"No way. I just promised mom." Jack teased her deliberately.

Rachel curved her lips. "If that's the case, I'll go change my clothes."

"Well, I won't change. I was just kidding." Seeing that she was about to go upstairs, Jack quickly reached out and grabbed her arm, "You know, I don't like this color."

With a fake smile on her face, Rachel replied, "Is it funny?"

For Tracy, if Rachel did something against the will, she would be kept in mind for the rest of her life.

But her son was different...

Anna's wedding was held in a hotel in the western suburbs. The hotel lawn was used to hold a lawn wedding.

It was late when Jack and Rachel came out of their house. Unfortunately, they encountered a traffic jam on the viaduct. When they arrived, the wedding had already begun.

On one side of the lawn, there was a pure white stage, with flowers decorated on the background and two sides. A new couple stood on the stage hand in hand, and a emcee was talking about their love history.

The guests sat on the white chairs in front of the stage, which were almost full.

The waiter came over, pointed to the second row of chairs in the front and said in a low voice, "Sir, there're seats."

"Okay," Jack walked behind her and carefully protected her.

The two rows in front of them were all relatives of the groom and the bride. The two of them sat in the middle, which seemed a little weird.

In the center of the stage, Anna stood beside her father with flowers in her hands. Her lowered eyes were filled with tears.

The emcee said in a gentle voice, "Groom, are you willing to take care of your bride all your life? No matter how expensive her bag and clothes are, will you follow her and pay for her? Will you be her sidekick?"

He changed the sentimental words into the last two sentences, which made the atmosphere relax a lot.

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