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At her small château, Marie-Antoinette was free to express her independent spirit, her gracefulness and her extravagant joie de vivre. After her husband’s King Louis XVI death, she became Veuve Capet.

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Born in Austria, Marie-Antoinette of Habsburg-Lothringen arrived overnight at the royal court of Versailles. At 18, she became Queen.
Rather than living at Versailles with her husband, she decides to flee the splendour of the court and spends most of her time at the Petit Trianon, the palace she dubbed as her "Little Vienna ". "Here I’m no longer the queen, I'm myself."

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tout Su
tout Oublie

She thus begins a life of pleasures. Independent, she likes to go out, to listen to music and to live the good life. She likes to throw lavish parties, is passionate about theatre and cuisine but especially about fashion, of which she becomes an icon. Elegant, sophisticated and cheek, Marie-Antoinette breaks stereotypes, flouts the rules of the Court and blows a breath of fresh air into the Kingdom of France. She makes and breaks the trends and her influence persists to this day.

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