When an event is sent from the node on which a database change occurred, the forwarding node's database is not updated.
Event forwarding takes place in parallel with database replication. When an event is sent from the node in which a database change occurred, the recipient can be sure that the data on that node has already been updated. However, there is no guarantee that the forwarding node's database has also been updated.
The forwarding node's database will be updated and the data will eventually be replicated.
If there is a reason that the recipient needs to query the metadata immediately after receiving an event, then it should issue that query to the node which originated the event, not to the node which forwarded it.