Here's how the Duchess of Maretonia goes in The Beginning of the Chronicles III
Pilot: Sir, a transmission from the planet.
[on a hologram, the Duke and Duchess of Maretonia apear]
Viceroy 2: The Duke and Duchess of Maretonia!
Viceroy 1: At last we are getting results. Again you come before us, your highneses.
Duchess: You won't be so pleased when you hear what we have to say, Viceroy.
Duchess: Your Trade boycott of our home has ended.
Viceroy 1: I was not aware of such failure.
Duchess: We have word that the chancellor's ambassadors are with you now... and that you've been commanded to reach settlement.
Viceroy 1: I know nothing of any ambassadors. You 2 must be mistaken.
Duchess: Beware, Viceroy. The Federation has gone too far this time.
Viceroy: We would never do anything without the approval of the senate.
Duchess: You assume too much. We will see.
[hologram shuts off]
Viceroy #2: They are right. The senate will never...
Viceroy #1: It's too late now.
Viceroy 2: Do you think she's an especting an attack?
Viceroy #1: I don't know. But we must move quickly to disrupt all communications down there.
[Down at the Isle]
[we view the Duke and Duchess talking to the Chancellor]
Chancellor: Negotiations haven't started because the ambassadors aren't there? How could that be true? I have assurances from the chancellor his ambassadors did arrive. (distorted voice) It must... handiwork.. negotiate... ambassadors...
[the hologram cuts off]
Duke: Senator Palpatine!
Duchess: What's happening?
Guard: Check the transmitors.
Guard #2: A communications disruption can only mean one thing: invasion.
Duke: The Federation wouldn't dare go that far.
Guard: The Senate would revoke their trade franchise, and they'd be finished.
Duchness: We must continue to rely on negotiation.
Guard #3: Negotiation? We've lost all communications. And where are the chancellor's ambassadors?
Guard #1: This is a dangerous situation, your highnesses. Our seurity volunteers will be no match against a battle-hardened Federation Army.
Duke: We will not condone a course of action that will lead us to war.