He let the evasion pass without comment, though it dulled his spirits a little. She was in no hurry to go anywhere, he supposed, and she wouldn't be pleased, try as he might to convince her. When she declined to discuss something, he knew it was better to let it be. He moved along, taking a slow sip of his wine before answering. He was fairly certain of his answer, but it wasn't something he thought she'd appreciate being taken lightly.
"Yes," he said. "It's a little strange, of course, that she insist on working, but I hardly think that will be a lasting problem. Once they take over the Manor - well, she simply won't have the time, as you know better than anyone." It seemed like the sort of thing one might have to grow out of. "Aside from that, I have no objections. Draco does seem very happy, and as far as I can see, they care for one another." He gave her a faint smile. "Both very nice things to have in place before the wedding, if at all possible."