The Princess Consort Has A Lethal Destiny - Chapter 1226
Chapter 1226: Ending No. 2
Translator: EndlessFantasy Translation Editor: EndlessFantasy Translation
Xie Pinghuai, the second son of the Xie family, followed Teacher Xiao and studied hard. He used to be wild and unruly, but as he grew older, he became more and more stable. He was usually stable, and his personality was a mystery.
Although he was not the best scholar, he was well-versed in both literature and martial arts. He was barely able to be put together as one of the scholars in the capital.
The youngest daughter of the Xie family, Xie Xi, was said to be a naive and carefree person. She was an expert in managing family affairs. After the emperor ascended to the throne, many families wanted to marry her.
Xie Qiao was not worried about Xie Xi’s marriage.
She did not have to mourn like Xie Pinggang did, but she had to choose properly.
The man she chose had to have a pure and simple family background. That noble family was not suitable for her pure personality, unless that man was extremely outstanding and was goof enough to protect her.
In the seventh month of the first year of Qingshuo, there was a drought in the north.
The people of Mount Rong rose again and caused trouble.
The commoners thought that it would be like a few years ago, whereby there would be a big battle. They did not expect the imperial court to act so quickly. They had already arranged many troops to suppress the people of Mount Rong.
Their morale rose greatly.
Not only that, the imperial court’s food storage was abundant. Although the drought in the north was severe, they had already dug a dam and stored water last year. The emperor sent Wen Lancheng and other new officials to send out food for the disaster. This allowed the victims to be stable and did not cause any big trouble.
Xie Qiao’s eyes were still blurry and could not see clearly. Fortunately, the harem was quiet and there was nothing for her to worry about.
From time to time, she would change back to Mo Chusheng’s identity and leave the palace to have fun.
She initially thought that her vision would not recover well, but she did not expect that after the great drought, when the first rain fell, her eyes would suddenly recover and her vision would be clear.
Xie Qiao understood.
Back then, because she suddenly saw a special astrological sign, she reminded the Crown Prince to make preparations early and fewer people died. This little credit was also partly attributed to her.
Not only could she see the living, but even the dead… she could see them too.
However, what was different from the past was that her heavenly eyes would only open when the incantation was used!
In the past, she had always been forced to look at many unpleasant ghouls, but in the future, it would never happen again!
After her eyes recovered, Xie Qiao sent Baili Ji away. The old man had been worried about her previously and could not be at ease. After releasing the descendants’ souls, he stayed alone at the Fortune Pavilion to watch over her. He held the fort for her and helped her a lot.
Now that she was well, Baili Ji finally had nothing to worry about.
In the past, the Baili family had no descendants to pray to them, but during this period of time, Xie Qiao and Xie Pinggang had selected a few intelligent orphans to inherit the Baili family’s ethos. The children were filial. They were taught by Old Master Li and his disciples for literature, while they learned martial arts from Xie Pinggang. They were doing great.
One could foresee that in a few decades, the Baili family would be prosperous again.
In the third year of Qingshuo, under the concern of the subjects, Xie Qiao became pregnant.
The next year, she gave birth to a son. When the eldest son of the emperor came, he was immediately conferred the title of Crown Prince.
In the tenth year of Qingshuo, Xie Qiao gave birth to another son and a daughter. The young Crown Prince secretly heaved a sigh of relief.
In the past, as the only seedling of the imperial family, whenever he had a tiny scratch, there would always be people around him taking care of him, which was really tiring. Now that he had a younger brother, he did not have to live so carefully anymore.
After giving birth twice, Zhao Xuanjing could not bear to see her suffer anymore.
Xie Qiao, the empress, finally did not have to worry about having no successor to the throne.
During Zhao Xuanjing’s reign, he worked hard to rule. The Qianyuan dynasty was rich and the people were prosperous, and the reputation of being powerful made Mount Rong stop stirring troubles.
Due to the empress’ wishes, she repeatedly issued imperial edicts to raise the status of women. More than ten years later, there were already a few extremely outstanding female officials in the imperial court.
The courtiers or the people had long forgotten that the current emperor had a crippled hand. The people got what they wanted, which was peace in the country.