CC Madhya 12.66

vidāya hañā rāya āila rāja-putre lañā
rājā sukha pāila putrera ceṣṭā dekhiyā
Word for word: 
vidāya hañā — taking leave; rāya — Rāmānanda Rāya; āila — came back; rāja-putre lañā — taking the King’s son; rājā — the King; sukha pāila — felt great happiness; putrera — of his son; ceṣṭā — activities; dekhiyā — seeing.
Translation: 
Rāmānanda Rāya and the boy then departed from Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, and Rāmānanda took him back to the King’s palace. The King was very happy when he heard of his son’s activities.