Just as Elijah predicted, Henry proposed Clarice divorce Xavier. It was most probably due to the man's countless betrayals that Henry felt utterly guilty for Clarice. Thus, he chose to let go of Clarice despite his reluctance.
At the same time, he offered another four percent of the Zimmerman Corporation's share as her compensation.
The four percent was nothing compared to his soon-to-be-born great-grandson.
Clarice was initially surprised by Henry's generosity. But after she figured out the reason, she sneered inside her heart.
“Grandpa, there's no need for you to blame yourself. Xavier and I are the ones who should be responsible for what happened. I'll agree to the divorce merely because I don't want to continue with this shattered relationship. It has nothing to do with you.”