Suppose this is a promissory estoppel case: A - Director of a company B - Director of another company C - B's wife Suppose that the scenario is similar to Cosmopolitan Hotel v Crown Melbourne (2014). A is leasing premises to B. B wants a longer lease. For it to be renewed, A sees B's wife, C, at a Christmas party. During the conversation A says that he will 'look after' B if he abides by the terms of the lease. Then A requires B to vacate the premises at the end of the lease. A makes a promise to C. Would it be reasonable for B to rely on it if it was made to his wife? It makes me think of Legione v Hateley where a promise involved a secretary, and that was not reasonable. So my guess is that B's wife would not be reasonable but I'm not sure.