Ororo was very aware of the officers still in the room. She would glance back to make sure that they were not paying attention to her or to Rogue. As to the question of how she found her, her lips tugged into a small smile. "Finding you wasn't easy, but necessary."
The officers seemed to be filing out which worked fine for her. Leaning forward she prepared to lower her voice when she heard Rogue apologize. Her eyes flickered down to her hand and up to her face again. "Sorry for what? It seems I'm the one that has interrupted something here. I only hope that's a good thing. Is there, somewhere we can speak privately? Just for a moment."
Rogue was an adult and in the end it was her decision. She wasn't going to just toss her into the car and head off to the jet with her. It wasn't the same as when they had first met. She wasn't being hunted and even if she needed rescuing, there came a point where if you were asked to let someone handle their own life, you had to do so.