And me constrained to <rush her out> to cover for Coral.

park sang joon

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The protagonist is one of royal family members of Amber.
He made a date with Coral, a daughter of the prime minister from a neighboring country Begma.
And he went out with her, showing her the town, and he didn't keep her from going further away by herself.
He came back to the palace by himself.
Her younger sister, Nayda asked him about whereabouts of her sister at table, he answered he didn't know, but he got an impression that Nayda crushed on him in the conversation.
He just now visited her quarter to ask her to cover for Coral, as finding her.

Duty called. I slipped my arms around her, drew her to me, and kissed her.
Immediately, she continued our embrace and began to add refinements. Damn! And me constrained to rush her out to cover for Coral.
["Sign of Chaos" of The Great Book of Amber by Roger Zelazny]
I'd like to know what "rush her out" means.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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