"I do." Damon announced proudly, he had promised to love her among many other things but not in the way they thought. Damon’s love was different from the definition others would claim for that action.
Irma sighed quietly and sadly, wishing that this didn't have to happen, but she knew she was powerless to stop anything. She'd just have to give Divinity emotional support, for that was part of her job.
Irma sadly looked to the ground when Divinity said "I do." She had never disliked a man as much as she did right at this moment. For he now had power he didn't deserve over hundreds of people, including her, and even the Queen. But she knew with all of the history she had read, that when people were ruled by a king they didn't agree with, it usually didn't end so well for the King sooner or later.
Irma looked to Divinity as she left, half relieved, half worried, and extremely surprised. She silently ran after her, mostly because she was worried for Divinity, and also because she had no idea how Damon would react and was frankly scared.