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- Marie Antoinette is a lavish look at Marie Antoinette's lifestyle as opposed to her reign as France's queen.
- Marie Antoinette was an unpopular figure, and salacious gossip about her made her even more of a liability to her husband.
- Marie Antoinette was a major fashion icon during the late 18th century.
- Marie Antoinette is a masterpiece, by america's most original and interesting director.
- Marie Antoinette was brought up believing her destiny was to become queen of France.
- A moving story of naivety and responsibility, reputation and misunderstanding, Marie Antoinette is a film that Sofia Coppola has wanted to make for years.
- Some have claimed that Louis-Charles, later Dauphin of France, was the biological child of Marie Antoinette and Fersen.
- Marie Antoinette was officially handed over to her French bearers on May 7, 1770, on an island near Kehl.
- Shortly after this letter, Maria Carolina and Marie Antoinette were separated and Maria Carolina was placed under the governess of her choice.
- His eldest son, the duc d'Angouleme, was married to his cousin (also named Marie-Thérèse), who was the daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
- Fearful of what had happened to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, he quickly disguised himself and fled Paris.
- Michael's other original musicals include Dance of the Vampires, Mozart!, Rebecca, and Marie Antoinette.
- Marie Antoinette also began to form deep friendships with various ladies in her retinue.
- Charles Alexandre de Calonne was a friend of the de Polignacs, intimates of Marie Antoinette, and succeeded the popular Jacques Necker as Finance Minister.
- The Austrian emperor Leopold II, brother of Marie Antoinette, may have wished to avoid war, but he died on March 1, 1792.
- Three months after the empress' death, it was rumored that Marie Antoinette was pregnant again, which was confirmed in March of 1781.
- Marie Antoinette wagered her brother-in-law that the new château could not be completed within three months.
- In 1807, despite his earlier affiliation with Marie Antoinette, Dussek returned to Paris in the employ of Talleyrand, the powerful French foreign minister.
- Widowed and a mother while still a teen, Gabrielle arrives at the court of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in time to be swept up in the emerging cataclysm.
- Marie Antoinette personally instigated the "Diamond Necklace Affair", as she wished to oust the Cardinal de Rohan from court.
- He took the disastrous decision of appointing Calonne to his council, which outraged Marie Antoinette, who had never liked him.
- The reforms begun by his able ministers A. R. J. Turgot and Chrétien de Malesherbes were opposed by the court faction, including Marie Antoinette.
- Both Marie Antoinette and Min also never were able to truly connect and fall in love with their husbands until their times of troubles brought them together.
- The inital reaction concerning the marriage between Marie Antoinette and Louis Auguste was decidedly mixed.
- This reversal of alliances was sealed by the marriage of Maria Theresa's youngest daughter, Marie Antoinette, to the future Louis XVI of France.
- The marriage of her son with Marie Antoinette was carried out three years later on May 16, 1770.
- Marie Louise was also the niece of Marie Antoinette.
- In this remark, her relationship with the royal court from the very beginning strongly resembles the relationship of Marie Antoinette with her court.
- The Affair of the Diamond Necklace was a mysterious incident in the 1780s at the court of Louis XVI of France involving the queen Marie Antoinette.
- Six years after this Piccinni was invited by Queen Marie Antoinette to Paris.
- She was born an Austrian Archduchess and was a sister of Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
- King Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette, were executed, along with thousands of other French citizens.
- His wife, Marie Antoinette, followed him to the guillotine on October 16, 1793.
- I feel that Marie Antoinette is a person that is quite misunderstood and her life, misinterpreted.
- He claimed to have the queen's authorization, and showed the jewelers the conditions of the bargain approved in the handwriting of Marie Antoinette.
- He struck up a firm friendship with his sister-in-law, Marie Antoinette of Austria.
- The Queen also learned of a letter in which the Cardinal spoke lightly of Maria Theresa in a way that offended Marie Antoinette.
- Like her sister, Marie Antoinette, her daughter, Maria Amalia became queen consort of France.
- Maria Theresa and Francis I had sixteen children--their youngest daughter was the future queen consort of France, Marie Antoinette (1755-1793).
- Her favorite grandparent Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies, Queen of France, was the consort of Louis-Philippe of France, and a niece of Marie Antoinette.
- On March 27, 1785, Marie Antoinette gave birth to a second son, Louis Charles, who was created the Duc de Normandie.
- On November 2, 2006, Marie Antoinette, his musical dramatizing the events of the French Revolution, opened at Tokyo 's prestigious Imperial Theatre.
- Marie Antoinette confided in the Queen of Great Britain upon the outbreak of the French Revolution.
- He was in the affair of the diamond necklace which involved Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette, and was imprisoned in France for fraud.
- After being seized by a crowd of peasants who stormed Versailles, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were brought here to await their trials.
- Only when the young king acceded to the throne in 1771 did Marie Antoinette, his fashion-loving Queen, bring the "Louis XVI" style to court.
- November 2, 1755) Marie Antoinette became the Queen of France at the young age of 19 when her husband, Louis XVI, became King.
- Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette, were executed (in 1793), along with thousands of other French citizens during the Reign of Terror.
- Marie Antoinette pleaded with her husband for the French to help intercede on behalf of Austria but was rebuffed by the king and his ministers.
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