Mary. Antoinette was the last queen of the Bourbon dynasty in France and the only queen in French history to be guillotineed.
In the hearts of the people of French society at that time, Queen Mary was a luxurious "naked lady" and a prodigal woman of watery poplars.
It is said that the French queen had countless lovers during her lifetime, and she left her husband and children behind and fooled around with them all day.
In fact, many things about Queen Mary are rumors, she has only one lover in her life, he is the Earl of Vilson from Sweden.
Queen Mary's marriage was very unfortunate, she was originally the Grand Duke of Austria, for political reasons married to Louis XVI, prince of the Bourbon Dynasty in France.
Louis XVI was stocky, loved to hunt, was good at lock making, and was a very ordinary man.
If Louis XVI was just a normal ordinary person, then even if Marie did not like him very much, the two could barely live a married life together.
The problem, however, was that Louis XVI was not only mediocre in appearance, but also in poor health, and Marie was still a virgin after 7 years of marriage.
Without a conjugal life, naturally there can be no prince, but the French royal family does not know it, and blames all the sins on Mary, which makes the young Queen Mary have words of suffering and depression.
Emotional emptiness and loneliness make Mary addicted to salons and gambling, and she tries to dilute the loneliness in her heart through entertainment.
Queen Mary met count Vilson at a ball in an opera house in France, when Queen Mary was still a princess.
The two of them had too many common topics at first sight, but before they could talk, they were stopped by Mary's maid.
Soon, the gossip between Mary and the Earl of Vilson reached Austria, and she received a letter from her mother, in which her mother, Queen Mariatrey, warned her daughter not to think anything out of her mind, but Mary did not think much of it, she was a lonely woman, she needed the care of the opposite sex.
As time flew by, Mary and the Earl of Vilson grew stronger, and they often attended the ball arm in arm, despite the criticism of others.
Soon after, Louis XV died, Marie's husband ascended the throne, and Mary officially became queen of the Bourbon dynasty of France.
When Count Vilson saw that his beloved had become the queen of a country, he had no choice but to return to his country, Sweden, and the two broke off contact.
After surgery in a foreign country, Louis XVI can finally live a conjugal life with his wife, but they are not all the same people, although they have children, but the husband and wife are still strangers.
Queen Mary was thinking of her distant lover day and night, probably by fate, and after 4 years, the Count of Vilson came to Paris, France again.
Count Viersen also missed Queen Mary in Sweden, and the first thing he did when he came to Paris, France, was to change into his costume and go to the court.
The Palace of Versailles was brightly lit, and Queen Mary recognized her sweetheart at a glance, and she rushed over excitedly, and the two stared for a long time, unable to say a thousand words.
From then on, the Earl of Vilson became queen Mary's guest, and they spoke sweetly and often forgot where they were born.
However, at any time, it is disgraceful for a married woman to go out of the wall, let alone the queen of a country.
The members of the French royal family hated Earl Vierson, and the people accused Queen Mary of being shameless.
When he hated not meeting and not marrying, Queen Mary complained about the injustice of heaven, and count Vilson did not want his beloved woman to be embarrassed, so he left France and joined the army alone to go to the United States to participate in the War of Independence.
Queen Mary and The Earl of Vilson sent their letters of lovesickness, and they understood that this life was doomed, but no one could resist the confluence of two hearts.
Count Vilson had been gone for another 4 years, and after the baptism of war, he still could not forget his beloved woman, and he came to France again, with the help of Queen Mary, as the head of the regiment.
For the sake of Queen Mary, the Earl of Vierson gave up everything, and he refused to return home, preferring not to marry for life.
Louis XVI watched his wife fall in love with other men, and as a husband, his heart was naturally extremely distressed, but honestly he knew that he could not satisfy Marie, and adopted a tolerant attitude towards his wife's extramarital affair.
Queen Mary, under the care of her husband and lover, seems to never grow up, she does not know the poverty of the French people, and she plays happily every day.
Finally, one day, the French Revolution broke out, and Queen Mary and her husband Louis XVI lost their freedom and were imprisoned by the revolutionary masses in the Tuileries Palace.
The royal nobility of France abandoned the king and queen, and the people angrily demanded the trial of the emperor and the witch.
Louis XVI and Queen Mary were in an increasingly difficult situation, and all those involved did not want to save them, but count Vierson did not want to give up, and he traveled around begging foreign ambassadors to save the king and queen of France.
However, in the midst of the storm, who was willing to save a powerless king couple, Count Vilson ran into walls everywhere, and even Queen Mary's mother, the Habsburg royal family, refused to lend a helping hand.
If you can't do it, just rob the prison!
The unable Earl of Vilson made many plans to rob the prison, but unfortunately all of them failed.
Instead of rescuing his sweetheart, count Vierson himself became a French wanton criminal, and at the time of his life and death, he ventured into the Tuileries Palace to bid farewell to Queen Mary.
As the flames of the French Revolution grew, Louis XVI was executed, and in 1793 Queen Mary was guillotine for "convicting the nation of collaborating with the enemy."
It's over, it's all over...
Count Viersson cried out in despair, his heart dead with his sweetheart.
18 years later, Count Viersen also died, and he was suspected of murdering the Crown Prince of Sweden, and the angry crowd beat him to death.
Until the last moment of his life, Count Vilson was still thinking of Queen Mary, and he did not have to grieve anymore, he could go to her.
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