Rose-red was very quiet as they prepared the rose-trees for transplanting, and at last said, "When you are married, we shall not be able to always do everything together, as we are used to."
"It will be strange at first," agreed Snow-white, "but I do not think it will be so terrible. The prince has many friends, and I am sure they will become ours too." She added, "His brother seems nice."
Rose-red made no reply, but bent her head over her work — but not before her sister saw a blush the color of her name bloom in her cheeks.