Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette-In her last letter she wrote to her sister-in-law: "I feel profound sorrow in leaving my poor children: you know that I only lived for them & for you sister, .My God, how heart-rending it is to leave them forever! Farewell! farewell!"

Marie Antoinette-In her last letter she wrote to her sister-in-law: "I feel profound sorrow in leaving my poor children: you know that I only lived for them & for you sister, .My God, how heart-rending it is to leave them forever! Farewell! farewell!"

marie antoinette

marie antoinette

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette in Blue

Marie Antoinette in Blue

1769 – She was required to leave her Austrian attire, possessions, servants, and friends behind. After lengthy negotiations, she was allowed to keep her dog, a pug named Mops. The 14-year old was stripped of her nationality and her clothes before the entire Austrian delegation that was present, causing her to break down and cry.

1769 – She was required to leave her Austrian attire, possessions, servants, and friends behind. After lengthy negotiations, she was allowed to keep her dog, a pug named Mops. The 14-year old was stripped of her nationality and her clothes before the entire Austrian delegation that was present, causing her to break down and cry.

Portrait of Marie Antoinette

Portrait of Marie Antoinette

Tea at Trianon: Marie-Antoinette and Art, #BlogTalkRadio

Tea at Trianon: Marie-Antoinette and Art, #BlogTalkRadio

marie antoinette

marie antoinette

Portrait of Jeanne-Louise-Henriette Campan (1752-1822), 1786. Joseph Boze (French, 1745–1826). Pastel. Chateau de Versailles.

Portrait of Jeanne-Louise-Henriette Campan (1752-1822), 1786. Joseph Boze (French, 1745–1826). Pastel. Chateau de Versailles.

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