He wasn't sure he could forgive himself for Henrik. Of everything he'd done in his life there was so little he felt any kind of guilt over. But he felt it over that. He should have stayed away from the wolves, he should definitely never have allowed Henrik to go with him. And now, letting him go like this, letting him see people that he probably could never completely bring himself to trust. Wasn't that just history repeating itself? He'd been happy for a little while, his brother choosing to stay with him, or rather, stay with Caroline. He hadn't minded him seeing his siblings when he'd thought there was a chance for reconsiliation. But he'd given up on that. And overall, things were better.
"I'll try not to, okay? I just worry about you. And I'm worried about what will happen. But you of all of us have a life to live, and that involves the others, not just me and Caroline. But just promise me you'll be careful. Trust, its an easy thing to give, but a terrible thing to lose." He didn't want to make Henrik like him, he knew he had issues with trust. But he had every right.
"And Rebekah, ultimately, right now, even if she's safe, she can't protect you. If she's still feeding just enough to avoid dessicating then she's easily beaten. Still immortal but I could turn someone tomrrow and they could probably take her in a fight. So just, be careful. Please."
Henrik cared enough about Marcel to worry about lonliness. And maybe Marcel would be. But it was unlikely overall. Klaus was fairly sure he knew what would happen after they all left the compound. "The witch girl, Davina. Marcel thinks of her like family, like a daughter. I expect without me there, he may ask her to live with him. And it couldn't hurt him to have that kind of relationship in his life. Believe me Henrik, Marcel will be just fine."