1. The Chamberlain says that from 6pm to 8pm he was outside the city walls, in the western part of Pamplona, in the company of his fiancée, María de Nas
  2. He thinks the theft was committed by someone in the entourage and suspects the Baker, who he has heard is a gambler, a liar, and in serious debt. He encourages us to ask about him in the kitchens.
  3. Chamberlain’s alibi: there is a contradiction because the Governess said she saw María de Nas lock herself in a chapel at the Palace around 7.30pm. Perhaps they finished their walk a bit earlier… In principle, it doesn’t seem that the Chamberlain has any motive for stealing the Chalice. He is doing very well at court and does not want for money