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Portrait length color image of Marie Antoinette (at Trianon), by George Stuart.

Marie Antoinette (at Trianon)

Portrait by
artist-historian George Stuart.

Courtesy Museum of Ventura County.
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Her growing unpopularity drove her further into an escapist lifestyle.

Seven years after her marriage to Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette bore their first child, a daughter. When she gave Louis a son, the King gave her an exquisite chateau, the Petit Trianon. The Queen abandoned the court at Versailles and retired to Trianon. Later a miniature farm was constructed for her and her friends so the Queen could live a “simple” life.

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