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Julietta’s Dressup – Chapter 30: The Principality Of Bertino, Part XI Bahasa Indonesia

Chapter 30. The Principality Of Bertino, Part XI

Translator: Khan

Editor: Aelryinth

He thought about it for a long time, but there was no one he could think of…

‘I’ve seen her face before, since I’ve been seeing her for months now, so it’s right,’ he accepted, and his gaze came down on her shoulders, which were not matched with her tiny face.

Killian, who was trying to measure her to see if the pajamas Albert had got were right for her, grimaced at the sight of her bulging chest under her firm shoulders. It came up with the hideous pocket inside it.

He thought of the fragrant tea and tried to wake her up again, but since she was sleeping so deeply he thought he’d let it go.

In the meantime, Killian, who had never thought of how generous he was, leaned over the sleeping maid and began unbuttoning the front of her dress. Even the third button was unbuttoned, he could not see her hideous pocket, if she had hidden the glass bottle so deep. But all of a sudden, he met two eyes staring at him.


“What, what are you doing!” Julietta hurriedly put up her glasses and shouted at the big man who was attacking her.

“What am I doing? I am taking out a glass bottle for tea. How dare you not wake up even if I call you, and then you yell at me? Do you want to die?”

When the frightened Killian got angry, Julietta became very polite.

“Your Highness, I can’t help but be surprised when someone is taking off my clothes when I suddenly open my eyes. Please shake me to wake me up next time. Would you like some tea?”

“Taking, taking your clothes? Who?”

“Your Highness did it just now.”

Killian, who wafflingly stood up and stared at the saucy maid who questioned his own fault without saying that she would not sleep again, was discouraged by his uncomfortable posture.

He plopped down on the chair and ordered curtly, “Make me tea.”

Soon after, a fragrant tea was ready. Killian’s eyes, drinking the tea, watched sharply beyond her thick glasses, but Julietta never noticed it as she put the expensive glass bottle back into her chest.


“Your Highness, we’ve arrived at the inn for tonight.”

In the late afternoon, earlier than expected, the party arrived at the next town. It was the result of not stopping, simply eating lunch with bread.

When the Prince got out of the carriage and went into the inn, Julietta hurried along, holding up a box containing dizzying piles of papers and teacups.

“I’ll hold this for you.”

Julietta walked into the inn with a small box that wasn’t too heavy, and one of the Prince’s escort knights took it with a warm smile.

“Oh, that’s okay.” When asked to move the bathtub yesterday, he had stared at her. Julietta was embarrassed by the sudden kindness of a young knight, staring at him.

“It’s okay. I want to help you.” Gains was looking for a chance to look good, rather heartbroken about his mistreatment of the maid who seemed to be unusually trusted by the Prince.

He escorted Prince Killian for months after he had been deployed to Asta Castle, a private dwelling place of Killian His Highness, but it was amazing to see the Prince, who had not given him a glance, encircling the maid. He had been so angry yesterday. He heard she had been in charge of the Prince’s secret life in Bertino’s private mansion, so she seemed to gain some favor.

Gains, who wondered if he could be more comfortable in the future, even winking at her with a weapon of his handsome face and revealing his name to the ugly woman.

“I’m Gains Bin Rieta, the second son of a Rieta. Your name?”

Julietta, looking unwillingly at the friendly knight with smiling eyes, replied reluctantly, “It’s Julietta Salmon.”

“Can I call you Julie? Your eyes are pretty. It’s sad that such eyes are hidden.”

Gains made a fuss, praising her small-looking eyes over the thick glasses. He thought the best way to get close to a woman, whether she was pretty or ugly, was to praise her appearance. At Gains’ words, Julietta was startled and stepped back.

“You won’t be able to see my eyes properly because of my glasses.” Julietta was very wary that he might have seen her walking around with her glasses off in the morning.

He just laughed broadly and said, “Yes. I can’t really see what color they are or what they look like. But when I look so close, they look pretty. I’ve never seen small, ugly eyes like yours before, but I keep looking at them and they’re cute.”

Whether it was a compliment or a curse, he was very popular with women, he looked so confident and put on airs, but she hated to see that. However, Julietta, who didn’t want to get into his bad books on purpose, smiled and held out the box she was holding.

Upon arriving at the inn, they were guided to a special room on the second floor. Killian smiled satisfactorily, thinking of the pajamas inside the package lying on the sofa. The more he thought about how much she’d be touched by the first pajamas she could try on, the better he felt.

He was pleased to think that this would deepen her loyalty to him, but the main character who would receive the nightgown was nowhere to be seen. Killian, who had been waiting for Julieta to come up, pressed Albert as soon as he entered the living room.

“How the hell long do I have to wait?”

Albert was quick to look around after the sudden attack of Killian. Julietta had to come and wait on him instead of himself, who had arrived late to prepare the Prince’s dinner, but apparently she hadn’t come up yet.

“There must be a lot of things to take. Why don’t you take Ian’s attendance first?”

Killian’s eyes narrowed as Albert hurried out to call his servant Ian. It was the same baggage every time, and he wondered why it was taking so long today. Killian pretended not to see Ian who came in a hurry, and went downstairs.

After walking down the stairs and entering the hall of the inn on the first floor, Killian saw a knight and his own maid flirting. When he watched, a young knight put his face in the maid’s face and began to make a pass at her.


Now that he was very tired, he should take a bath and rest, but here she was chatting. Killian, who was impatient with the maid forgetting her job, shouted, “What are you doing? Do I have to come down to find my maid who has to serve, as if I did not need to wait?”

When Julietta, frightened by the roar loud enough to shake the inn, looked to the side when she heard the sound. She could see the Prince, who had gone upstairs, had come down, but was staring at her.

She was so surprised that she took the box Gains was holding and headed upstairs. Killian turned to Gains after he stared at the back of the maid who climbed the stairs with her bulky butt swaying.

“If a stranger comes into my bedroom again tonight, I will send you back to the Imperial Castle immediately.”

Gains, who had been ordered by the Prince to vacate the room intentionally yesterday, opened his mouth to complain of injustice, but the Prince glared at him fiercely and sent himself up.


Julietta, who felt guilty after being flirted with by a knight, gave up and gave the Prince a nice bath. When she was cleaning the important place, she swung at the sponge, but Killian’s mood was like a sunny day in her way, which had developed without any resistance.

Killian, who was looking hard at the sight of the maid rushing back and forth to clean the bathroom and bedroom after setting up the meal, put his fork down. He suddenly remembered that the knight had called her ‘Julie.’


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