Well if she weren't upset, Mary wouldn't understand it at all. It only made sense. But she could respect holding it together for the child. Even if Bo wasn't biologically hers. Bo was the most important thing to so many people there that it only made sense. "She should know if she needs to just let go for a bit, we're all here for them. One of us can take care of Bo, it'll be fine either way."
Putting the dishes aside for the moment, she instead moved to the cupboard and started on another kettle of tea. It had been flowing pretty steadily considering the group gathered around. Now, though, Mary's only concern was the exhausted looking man in the chair. The one she'd sworn to love for better or for worse. And now was a moment she was seeing both sides of him. Admittedly, she loved those moments. "She's lucky to have you around."