He goes to the kitchen and uses all his eggs to make food for him. Meanwhile, Celia enters and says to Edward that it is a suitable time for them to get married as Lavinia has left him. Edward tells her that Lavinia is coming back.
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At this, both decide to end up their relationship because neither of them finds the other suitable for the life ahead. The next day Lavinia comes back and both talk about their marriage. They also have an argument and after resolving it, they make plans for dinner. Act II opens in the office of the unidentified guest. It is revealed that he is a therapist namely Sir Henry Harcourt-Reilley.
He was watching Edward and Lavinia for some time. Thus both are fed up with their extramarital affairs. Reilley advises them to give another try to their marriage.
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After some discussion, the couple leaves. A little later Celia arrives as she needs counselling as well because she is feeling guilty for committing sin. Reilley suggests her that she should either resume her old life or can go on a tough religious journey.
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Celia chooses the latest suggestion. After that Reilley also converses with Julia and Alex. Edward and Lavinia are quite happy with their marriage.
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All the guests from the previous cocktail party at present except for Celia. All consider her a martyr. Rielley who is also in the party is not surprised by this revelation as he had predicted it 2 years ago. Metacritic Reviews.
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