My dear Albert,
Words will never suffice to express my gratitude towards you. You are so kind and comprehensive. You married me to save my honor when you could have left me with my grief and sorrow. I would have left the country, had it been necessary, to avoid the Ardley name being sullied by my indecent behavior. I don't take marriage vows lightly, it is a true engagement for me. I am your wife and I want to be your wife in all the meanings of the word. I know that your know that I love Terry, but things are the way they are. I put the cart before the horse with Terry without thinking about the consequences of my acts. I have seriously thought this out and I am ready to be your wife, Albert. It has been months since you left, I will soon have the baby. My pregnancy is going very well.
Thank you for the great aunt, she is treating me like a queen indeed. I beg you, Albert, come back so that we can talk. I will follow your decision, whatever it is. You are a responsible man, at the head of a very large family. Let's try to see if we can make things work. You are my best friend and the perfect husband, I would not have wished for a better husband than you. If you really cannot be with me, knowing that I am in love with another man, I will understand. I will go at Pony house with the little Anthony if it is a boy and the little Rosemary if is a girl and I will help them by organizing charity galas. I have learned with Annie and the great aunt. To be living at the manor was a dream that I had never thought possible. To be in good terms with the great aunt has really made all the difference. I don't deserve everything that is happening to me.
I hope to see you soon. You have a decision to take. You can remain my husband or we can separate amiably so that you can marry a woman who will love you and give you heirs.