Lunara sat up for a moment to pat Kyu on the head, "You should relax a little with me. I don't mean to trouble you, but I do truly think you're adorable," replied softly with a gentle smile then gave a thoughtful look as she listened to Kyu explain his plight when it came to searching for his family and no one willing to help him. He seemed so sure that that his family is still alive, it my of sounded crazy but Lunara believed it to be possible. She just needed proof though she knew little of what happened, just passing whispers from time to time when she was young. It was nothing she really understood besides how badly people felt for him, but Kyu never asked for people's pity Lunara think he just needs to be loved and cared for like anyone else.
"Honestly... I'm not sure if they are still out there, but with all the magic in this world and if your gut feeling is as strong as it seems to be then I want to believe it too. Besides maybe your family bond is still tying you all together! Maybe you'll be able to sense them in a way... I may sound silly thinking this, but I figured it is a possibility. If anything I can get my hands on the public records and see what I can find, maybe someone missed something that we can find," Lunara replied thoughtfully considering partly thinking aloud.
She gently took Kyu's hands rubbing her thumb against the top of his hand trying to be comforting. Whenever Kyu gets in his own head it always worried the princess. Lunara wasn't sure if anything she did would help, but she really hoped her being there would make a difference somehow. A part of her feared she was making things more uncomfortable for Kyu so she pulled her hands back into her lap being quiet for a moment, "Sorry if I'm being too pushy," Lunara said softly feeling a little bad.
Kyu's words cheered her up a bit as she nodded in response, "Thank you, Kyu. It means a lot to me. We should finish our picnic and head back soon it's starting to get late and I don't want you to get in trouble for not bring me home at the proper hour," she replied as she began nibbling on the food within the basket.