Elizabeth: You’re a great deal too apt to like people in general. All the world is good and agreeable in your eyes.
Mr. Bingley: You tell me now that she was in London all those months, and you concealed it from me?
Mr. Darcy: Yes. I can offer no justification. It was an arrogant presumption based on a failure to recognize your true feelings—and Miss Bennet’s. I should never have interfered. It was very wrong of me, Bingley, and I apologize.
Mr. Bingley: You admit that you were in the wrong?
Mr. Darcy: Utterly and completely.
Mr. Bingley: Then… I have your blessing?
Mr. Darcy: Do you need my blessing?
Mr. Bingley: No. But I should like to know I have it all the same.
Mr. Darcy: Then go to it.
Pride and Prejudice (1995)