The son of Navarre, Prince Conde, The Secretary of State for Naval Affairs, Queen Navarre [Margaret] and others entered.
Charles: Dear brothers, the son of Navarre, Prince Conde and the Secretary of State for Naval Affairs, I wish this alliance and religious union not end until we die. The alliance and religious union made it happen, and they were here. This hope is the natural spark, born from the noble love, ignited our unprecedented excitement in our hearts, which will be handed down from generation to generation.
Navarre: Your majesty. Your glows are always shining, especially at this time, under the intention of the Queen Mother and you, the will between both you and me will be more closely linked than ever before.
Queen Mother: Thanks, Navarre. You know, we love you so much. It was this feeling that led you to marry our daughter here. But as you know, our religious differences can be a barrier between you and your loved ones.
Charles: Ouch! Forget it. My lords, the wedding ceremony is over, and I think it is time to finish the rest, which is to listen to the High Mass. Sister, I think you should listen with us.
Queen Margaret: I will, Charles.
Charles: The rest will not disappear. It(lords) will be preserved forever. Come, mom, let us offer our solemnity.
Queen Mother: She tends to solve problems with blood and cruelty.
[Voiceover] [Charles] King, Queen, Queen Navarre [Margaret] [and other people]exit. Navarre, Prince Conde, The Secretary of State for Naval Affairs stay here.
Navarre: Prince Conde, my admiral. Ghis may come at us now, but we won't be hurt. We have the support of the King, the Queen already to stop him. Ghis is jealous and resentful, and that hatred makes him want to kill all the protestants. Have you ever heard what Ghis ordered? If the King give his permission at that time, would all the protestants in Paris been slaughtered that night?
The Admiral: Your majesty, in my opinion, Ghis is so ambitious that even without the King's permission, he would dare to take such a risk to intervene and even participate in such a dangerous thing.
Prince Conde: Your majesty, you don’t have to worry about Ghis. He’s slaughter, injury or tyranny against his people would be permitted.
Navarre: But he ruled over all the people, and what he saw and heard are above justice. He will revenge the innocent with blood. Ghis hated to be tortured by his unjust heart; he was also led to ruin by massacre.
The Admiral: Your majesty, have you noticed the cardinal, the brother of Ghis and the Duke Duman?
Navarre: And it is this that makes Ghis so unsatisfied with us, and his attempts to lead us into his trap are failed. He hides these beneath his deadly mask. Come on, my lords, let us go to church and pray that god may still defend the rights of France and flourish this land.