“How could such parents exist in this world?” Diana asked, shocked.
Simon looked at her helplessly and said, “It’s possible. And you were ‘luck/ enough to meet them. I’ve
never mentioned these to you before because they aren’t exactly happy memories.”
He sighed. “I’m sorry, I actually knew you before you lost your memories. It’s just… Your story of
coming to Richburgh in search of your kin was too tragic, so I didn’t want to tell you all over again.”
Diana trusted Simon’s lie-ridden story with all her heart.
“No wonder you gave me the name Diana Winnginton.” As it turned out, that was her real name.
That fact alone was enough to convince her that Simon didn’t deliberately hide the truth from her.
A pity that her real parents weren’t happy with her existence. Simon didn’t need to fear that her parents
would be looking for her even though she had the same name.
Come to think of it, losing one’s memory wasn’t necessarily a bad thing. At the very least, one would
forget those unhappy memories that weren’t worth recollecting.
A flame of hope rekindled in her heart. “Since you knew me before I lost my memories, do you know
who the father of the babies is?”
Simon’s face changed. The next moment, he shook his head. “I wasn’t very close to you before.”
That wasn’t exactly a lie.
In the past, she didn’t give him many opportunities to interact with her.
Diana asked casually, “So why does Julian keep saying those strange things to me?” He would even
behave overly- intimately at times.
Diana didn’t dare to say the latter statement, for fear it would hurt her relationship with Simon.
However, Simon could guess what was on her mind.
“It’s fine. He probably just treats you as your sister, Kayla,” Simon continued lying through his teeth to
deliberately mislead Diana. “He loves Kayla, but it was a pity that she did something wrong and had to
go to jail… Ever since then, my brother has become slightly off and would behave inappropriately each
time he sees a woman who bears some sort of resemblance with Kayla.”
He smiled apologetically. “That’s why I never mentioned it to you.”
So, Julian had merely taken Diana as a replacement.
He was a dedicated man, though.
Diana smiled with relief. “Did Kayla and l…share a good relationship?”
The thought of her having a sibling like Betty and Sean had each other made her rather glad.
“Not at all,” Simon said without any hesitation. “I told you, you have a very poor relationship with your
family. Every single one of them has done something nasty to you.”
He continued to persuade her, “You didn’t have a very pleasant past, Diana. Don’t brood over it
Each time she tried to recover the memories she had lost, she would always experience terrible
Diana nodded. “I just never expected myself to have such a terrible relationship with my family.”
Even so, she still remained curious.
A new question emerged in her head. “Why did Kayla have to go to jail? Since Julian is so rich and
powerful, why didn’t he bail her out?”
Diana was still Diana, after all.
She was still logical in thinking through things, and very quickly identified the loophole in Simon’s
Panic flashed past his eyes, but he quickly covered it up. “I have no idea what my brother is thinking.
Whatever it is, things between him and Kayla are very complicated.”
Everyone had a story behind them, especially people who were deep within the circle of wealth.
Diana immediately understood it. “Seems like it really is better I stop mulling over it.”
She had her two cuties, friends and was about to have a complete family. Why bother brooding over
her unhappy past? “But… Betty is still with Julian. Why don’t you bring her back?”
For some reason, ever since Diana found out that Julian might have treated her as a replacement for
another woman, she felt as if something was stuck in her throat and making her feel uncomfortable.
It was as if she was really bothered by that notion.
Still, there was no reason for her to feel that way.
Simon already said that she didn’t have anything to do with Julian in the past, with the exception of a
client and boss relationship.
Julian probably bought all the clothes in the wardrobe for Kayla.
Whatever it was, she subconsciously didn’t want to see him again.
However, he surely wouldn’t agree to letting Betty go if Simon were to go to the villa.
Diana eventually would have to step forward.
After thinking through their options, Simon suggested for Betty to come back herself.
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