Everyone was obsessed with me after I became the Youngest Princess Favourite - Chapter 4 Part 1
Then I glanced at the rag-like clothes that Diana would wear in a moment, and let out a shrill, sighing sound.
Thinking about it, this situation was both funny and sad, so I spoke, holding back my laughter a little.
“Tomorrow, this sister will wash your clothes.”
Diana, who tilted her head like a little lark, looked so cute, so I stroked the child’s head without realizing it.
Although there’s no soap, if I wash her clothes in the lake several times, I’d be able to wash it clean to some extent.
Of course, the road going to the lake was a difficult path.
The reason Thomas could help out with the kids every time was because he and his gang are taking water from the lake.
‘It will be difficult, but it can’t be helped, because I already promised Diana.’
Sighing, I’m already worried at the thought of going to the lakeside tomorrow to do laundry, then I raised my head and spoke to myself.
“Aren’t I a fool?”
As I returned as a child, I remembered what I had completely forgotten that happened to my hair as well.
“How can I forget that?”
After hitting myself lightly on the head, I couldn’t hide my joy and smiled broadly.
Although I didn’t become a great wizard due to my low natural mana, I’m able to use various simple magic quite skillfully.
“I can use lightweight magic!”
The children would be shocked if I showed in front of them that I could lift a heavy bucket of water with both hands, surely their mouths would open in surprise.
“I’m going to teach Thomas a lesson.”
Even though I knew it’s a childish idea, I couldn’t help but cover my mouth and giggle, while Diana, who’s blinking with her big twinkling eyes staring at me.
“Let’s wash our feet now.”
Enriched with the thought of replenishing water with magic, I put down the wet cloth aside and scooped out a large bucket of water.
And as I splashed water on her bare feet and legs, which were soaked in dirt, Diana shrank and trembled.
I thought it’s because the water was cold, but after washing her legs, it was full of scratches, and there was also a big wound on her foot.
Lia’s eyes shook roughly as if struck by a storm.
‘I had no idea. In the past, just before…’
How could I leave the situation where a child was suddenly lost and alone, leaving the sick child on her own.
Suddenly Diana shouted as my face grew serious.
“No! It doesn’t hurt!” Diana stubbornly shook her head.
She looked really cute, with her plump rosy cheeks shook at the same time, but her eyes seemed anxious.
Diana looked like a frightened little rabbit.
“It’s okay. I’m not mad. You can be honest.”
“…Really? Aren’t you going to scold me?”
In that sense, I nodded, but the child, who was still hesitant stared at me, then soon sniffed.
“This sister will make sure you won’t get hurt.”
“Are you doing it for me?”
As soon as I spoke out of sadness, Diana’s eyes widened. I burst into laughter at her innocent words.
I couldn’t let such a small and lovely child get hurt. At that, I quickly held the child’s foot gently.
The moment I chanted a healing magic spell, a dazzling light emitted from my hand.
The light from my hand quickly wrapped around Diana’s foot and the wounds healed in an instant.
Diana, who was curious about what I was doing, shouted loudly with her round eyes sparkling in amazement.
“Sister, you’re so cool!”
Diana clapped, and kept muttering that I was cool.
Originally, I would have smiled in embarrassment using such simple healing magic, but this time when I used magic, a much stronger light than before shone, which surprised me as well.
I smiled slightly at Diana and closed my eyes for a moment to check the mana in my body.
At that moment, I felt a strange heat from the inside of my chest. Bewildered by the mana that filled my entire heart, I quickly opened my eyes.
‘Isn’t the amount of a person’s mana innate?’
It was very confusing.
The master who took me from the streets and taught me magic had clearly told me that I had little mana, so I had no qualifications to become a wizard.
I was disappointed, but I was satisfied with the fact that I had mana because it was rare for commoners to be born with mana.
That’s why I focused more on physical combat…
“What’s going on exactly?”
Why was mana overflowing in my heart that I had never felt in the past, in my previous life?
Confused by the incomprehensible situation as much as returning from the past after my death, Diana suddenly hugged me by the neck.
“Thank you, sister!”
A gentle voice of bashful laughter was heard from her lips.
I forgot to worry about the child’s warm body temperature and was bewildered.
It felt strange to share warmth with someone like this.
As I awkwardly raised my hand and patted Diana on the back, I suddenly came up with a question that I had never thought of before.
How did the Duke of Elrad lose this adorable child?