The life and instances of Marie-Antoinette podcast | EUROtoday
Queen Marie-Antoinette's life was a mix of luxurious, controversy, and tragedy. Her story is an enchanting glimpse into the complexities of royal life and the turbulent instances of late 18th century France – no marvel we stay fascinated along with her story.
We speak about among the most vital instances in Marie-Antoinette's life, her marriage at simply 14 years previous, style fashion – and large hair (actually large hair). We have a look at her spending habits – the Kardashians aren't even in her league. We'll speak about her astonishing shoe assortment, and overview her bathing practices – she was an unusually common bather in a day and age when the French nobles just about simply washed the worst bits after they needed to (her husband proudly recorded he simply took 43 baths in 26 years).
Discover what destiny of mom she was and discover out about her household, together with a number of youngsters she adopted. We'll additionally share the place to search out traces of her legacy in France, from her favourite castles – together with one with a room for sulking in, to the retailers she frequented in Paris, a few of them are nonetheless buying and selling!
Plus a listener asks “Is it true that there are more dogs than people living in Paris?” We reveal all…
Brit Janine Marsh writer of three worldwide best-selling books about life in France and Frenchman Olivier Jauffrit of radio Paris Chanson share all the pieces France and extra by way of this podcast…
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