‘Well it means she’s a
princess,’ his brother replied. ‘The pea kept her awake. Itmeans she’s sensitive.’Prince Henrik wanted to know more. Hedecided tosecretlywatch Princess Eva to see
what a real, sensitiveprincess was like.
He found her at the palacetennis court, and she was being sensitive about the tennis balls. (text bubble:
‘These tennis balls are too bouncy!) I can’t hit them!’He followed her to the castle tower and she was being sensitive about the banister rail.
‘Could one of you lazy sods polish this banister rail! I can’t see myreflection.’He followed her to the driveway and she was being sensitive about her new sports car .(text bubble:
‘This isn’t thecarmodelI wanted! I wanted one with drink holders.And yellow!’)Page 12/13Princess Eva was certainly very sensitive. The morePrince Henrik saw the more hewondered whether perhaps he wanted to marry a real princess.
‘I wonder whether Princess Evawas isn’t perhapsa little too
sensitive.’Page 14/15Prince Henrik decided heWhen he saw Princess Eva yell at Prince Hans because hewas wearing a tie that clashed with her ball gown, he made up his mind. Hedidn’twant to marry a real princess like Princess Eva. He wanted to marry the exactopposite.2