In April 1770, on the day of her marriage to Louis-Auguste
, Dauphin of France, she subsequently became Dauphine of France. Marie Antoinette assumed the title of Queen of France and of Navarre when her husband, Louis XVI of France
, ascended the throne upon the death of Louis XV
in May 1774.
I put on my rouge and wash my hands in front of the whole world!
A son would have belonged to the state, but you shall be mine, and have all my care; you shall share my happiness and soften my sorrows.
Mon chou d'amour is charming, and I love him madly. He loves me very much too, in his own way, without embarrassment.
I'm fine, don't worry.
The Church. The Church... we're next.
If I have not replied it is because Nature itself refuses to respond to such a charge laid against a mother.
There is nothing new except what has been forgotten.
I have seen all, I have heard all, I have forgotten all.