As for herself, she and had no idea that Alex might feel pricks of jealousy. Daisy had no illusions about her appearance. If a person is growing all the time, hearing what looks like an ugly duckling - namely so the mother Daisy said - that there is nothing strange in the fact that he subsequently complex about her appearance. But Daisy was his style, always stunning shoes, and most importantly, Alex - the man she loved from their first meeting in a shabby student pub a hundred years ago. This adoration entailed three questions that Daisy hated. The first was: "You and Alex ever going to get married?"