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"KEEP WAITING FOR YOU" SEASON 14, EPISODE 58"


KEEP WAITING FOR YOU

SEASON 14

EPISODE 58

(Five Days Late)

Xia Qingwei hesitated before speaking. “Juhuai.”

“What?” Wang Juhuai smiled at her.

“My… My period’s five days late,” Xia Qingwei said.

Wang Juhuai did not grasp Xia Qingwei’s meaning and said instinctively, “What’s wrong? We’ll go for a check-up at the hospital tomorrow and nurse your health back.”

Xia Qingwei actually anticipated his reaction would be good but was afraid that his high hopes would be dashed eventually.

She wanted to give him some mental preparation, but what if it wasn’t the case?

She didn’t want him to be all happy for nothing and be disappointed by the end of it all.

And how did that turn out?

He didn’t even think in that direction, merely thinking of nursing her health.

Xia Qingwei felt helpless.

Holding his hand, she said, “I may be old, but my period had always been on time.”

Wang Juhuai paused, his brain not processing anything.

“What… What do you mean?” Wang Juhuai asked in confusion, his expression equally dazed.

“What a dolt!” Xia Qingwei was super helpless by now. This was different from what she anticipated!

“My period’s always been punctual, and it’s five days late this time. What do you think it means?” Xia Qingwei asked helplessly.

Wang Juhuai suddenly understood, excitedly holding Xia Qingwei’s hand and then touching her stomach.

And then asking anxiously, “Are you feeling unwell anywhere? Then why did you do so much today and keep unpacking around the house?”

Wang Juhuai was so concerned that he got straight off the bed to change his clothes.

Xia Qingwei was stunned, quickly getting off the bed to stop him.

Before she could say anything, Wang Juhuai said, “You slow down!”

“…” Xia Qingwei asked him, “Where are you going?”

“Not me, us. We’re going to the hospital to check, see if there’s anything wrong anywhere,” Wang Juhuai replied.

Xia Qingwei never thought that his first reaction would be to bring her to the hospital to check her body and see if anything’s wrong, instead of being excited at the prospect of being a father.

“I’m fine, not feeling ill.” Xia Qingwei snatched the clothes Wang Juhuai took out and hung them back into the wardrobe. “Calm down. It’s the middle of the night now, there are only a few doctors on duty. We can’t do a full body checkup.”

“Then find Chu Tian, that side should be available,” Wang Juhuai said.

Xia Qingwei chortled as she pulled him to bed.

Fearing that Xia Qingwei would over-exert and hurt herself, Wang Juhuai did not dare resist and followed her to bed.

“I’m really fine, don’t make a mountain out of a molehill. I’m not at all unwell,” Xia Qingwei said. “And we can’t confirm yet if I’m pregnant. Frankly, apart from the five-day-late period, I don’t have any other symptoms.

“When I had Man Man back then, I had terrible morning sickness.” Of course, it could also be that life was hard then and she did not have enough nutrients to improve her sickly constitution and support the babe inside her.

“But this time I’m feeling really well, as if I’m not pregnant. I’m even wondering whether it’s just my period getting wacky because of my age,” Xia Qingwei said.

“How are you old? Not at all! You can go and ask around, who’d say that a 40-plus-year-old is old?” There were plenty of female stars out there at this age who were still single, and no one said they were old.

“If you’re not feeling unwell, maybe it’s just your period getting messed up. We’ll go to the hospital to check tomorrow.” Wang Juhuai had an open mind.
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