And find I am alone felicitate in your dear highness' love.
I love your majesty according to my bond, no more nor less.
He now calls up Regan to proclaim her love for him. She also flatters her father and claims that his love is the thing that makes her happy.
Regan is rewarded with the same amount of land that Goneril received from Lear.
After Lear has gifted Regan with her piece of land, he calls upon his youngest and favorite daughter, Cordelia. Unlike her sisters, Cordelia is honest with her father and proclaims that she loves him exactly as much as a daughter should love her father, and that her sisters wouldn't have husbands if they loved their father so much.
Lear responds with anger and is enraged by her response. He decides to disown Cordelia, banishes her, and splits her part of the kingdom evenly between her sisters.
Kent comes to Cordelia's defense and tells Lear that he is insane for rewarding Goneril and Regan's flattery and disowning his most loving daughter.
Lear then banishes Kent for defying him and tells him he must be gone within six days.