When Rosiley and Juliet came out of the bathroom, Diego immediately shouted to them, "Rosiley, Mrs. Lu, come here."
Juliet frowned. Was him calling her?
Rosiley saw through her confusion and smiled teasingly. "That's right, the person Diego called is you. Not used to it?"
"You'll get used to it.” Rosiley pulled her towards those men.
Payton was slapping Diego's head in displeasure as he muttered, "I told you not to call her Mrs. Lu, yet you still did!"
Payton did not like Diego addressing Juliet as Mrs. Lu, which meant that he did not regard Juliet as his girlfriend in his heart.
While there was nothing wrong with this. After all, they were just fake lovers.
Rosiley looked at Juliet, who was obviously sad, and then raised her voice, "What? Payton, is it wrong for Diego to call Juliet that?"
Hearing this, Payton's hand that was slapping Diego's forehead froze. He turned to look at her, smiled and explained awkwardly, "Rosiley, I'm afraid Juliet will be embarrassed. After all, we are just lovers and we haven't married yet. It's not appropriate for Diego to say that."
"Oh?" Rosiley pulled Juliet, walked over and sat down. Then, she stared at Payton with a faint smile. "Payton, so you don't intend to marry Juliet?"
It wasn't just Payton, even the others could sense that when she asked this question, her tone carried sharpness, and even her eyes were cold as she looked at Payton.
Payton didn't know how to answer. He and Juliet were not lovers, but how could he say it out loud here? Wouldn't Juliet lose face if he did?
Right at the moment when he was at a loss, Juliet spoke up for him. "Alright, Rosiley, Payton was right. After all, we weren't married. It's improper to address me like that.”
Sure enough, she cared about Payton.