Lizzy and Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner arrive at Pemberley to be greeted by the maid, Mrs. Reynolds. She gives them a wonderful tour of the place. All throughout the tour, she constantly tells about what a good man and kind master Mr. Darcy is. She also talks about his little sister and how much he cares for her. She does all of this without knowing who Lizzy is or that Mr. Darcy loves her. She genuinely thinks that highly of Mr.Darcy.
I'm very pleased to meet you Miss Darcy!
As soon as they are about to leave, Mr. Darcy walks through the door. The shock from both Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth is apparent. Lizzy quickly wonders if he is going to hate her for rejecting his proposal, but he is very civil. He meets her aunt and uncle as sort of as a test that Lizzy gives him. She wants to see if he is going to be proud and look down on them because they don't have a high social status. He passes her test, and they part amicably.
How's your family?
They take a walk and Lizzy can't stop thinking about Mr.Darcy and the maids kind words, and all he did and said earlier.
Mrs. Darcy has a nice ring to it! Hmm. Maybe I'm just going crazy.
Mr. Darcy and Miss Darcy show up the very next day. They meet each other and began to converse. The Gardiners asked enough sneaky questions to conclude that Darcy is in love with Lizzy, but they don't push the subject. Soon afterwards, Mr. Bingley comes to visit as well. Lizzy pays close attention to how Mr.Bingley and Miss Darcy treat each other to see if there are any feelings between them. To her great relief, there weren't any.
Mr. Bingley somehow finds time alone with Elizabeth, and asks about her family. I, along with Elizabeth think he is really just wanting to know about Jane. Lizzy tries to assess his feelings, and sees that he does truly love Jane, and that he misses her.
After they had left, Elizabeth couldn't stop pondering over the events of the last two days and Mr, Darcy's behavior. She expected him to be angry and upset, which he deserved to be, but he was kind and unbelievably polite. Earlier in the book, she thinks at about this time, she could have been the master of Pemberley. I think she is going to end up falling in love with Mr. Darcy and she will finally realize. It might happen over the meal they are to eat at Pemberley the next day.