Portrait by Gilbert de Sève Engraving, after a portrait by Hyacinthe Rigaud Statue in the Jardin de Luxembourg [37] As a result of her mourning her father, Mademoiselle was only allowed to go to the formal marriage between Louis and his new spouse Maria Theresa of Austria; however, Mademoiselle did go to the proxy ceremony incognito, fooling no one. Guillaume de Joyeuse, Viscount of Joyeuse, Lord of Saint-Didier, Laudun, Puyvert and Arques, 30. She was born at the Château de Saint-Cloud. Anne Marie Louise d’Orléans, dite la Grande Mademoiselle, née le 29 mai 1627 et morte le 5 avril 1693, fut duchesse de Montpensier, dauphine d'Auvergne, comtesse d'Eu … Mademoiselle was moved from the Louvre to the Palais des Tuileries and placed under the care of Madame de Saint Georges, the governess of royal children, who taught her how to read and write. Velde, François. After her father's secret marriage, Mademoiselle did not see her father for two years. Lauzun asked to see her, but due to her pride, Mademoiselle refused to admit him. She was the daughter of Philippe I, younger brother of Louis XIV, and Henrietta of England, the youngest daughter of Charles I of England. Her stepmother later described her a… One of the greatest heiresses in history, she died unmarried and childless, leaving her vast fortune to her cousin, Philippe of France. Season Two. When Princess Palatine meets Philippe for the first time, she wants to get to know Marie Louise and her little sister Anne Marie d‘Orléans. "[57] Louis replied that "kings must please the public" and ruined Mademoiselle's hopes of marriage on that "unhappy Thursday", as she later called it.[58]. [48] The proud Mademoiselle ignored the idea, saying she would rather stay in France with her vast income and estates and that she did not want a husband who was rumoured to be alcoholic, impotent and paralytic. Anne Marie s-a născut la Castelul Saint-Cloud. Queen Anne suggested her brother, Cardinal Ferdinand of Austria, but Mademoiselle declined. Lauzun was freed on 22 April 1681[63] and obliged to live quietly at Bourbon before returning to Paris, but not the court, rather at the Hôtel de Lauzun, in March 1682. Fille de Philippe Ier, duc d’Orléans et de sa cousine et première épouse Henriette d'Angleterre, elle descend à la fois des familles royales française et anglaise. Effrayée à l'idée d'être unie avec un homme victime d'une lourde hérédité et vivant dans une cour sinistre, l'adolescente se jette en public aux pieds de son oncle pour qu'il renonce à ce projet : le Roi feint de croire à une farce et réplique non sans ironie qu'il n'était pas digne que la « reine catholique » (surnom des souveraines espagnoles) se jette aux pieds du « roi très chrétien » (surnom des rois de France). Anne Marie d'Orléans, daughter of Philippe I, Duke of Orléans, and his wife Princess Henrietta Anne of England, was born at the Château de Saint-Cloud in France. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess o Montpensier, "Granddochter o Fraunce" (29 Mey 1627 – 5 Aprile 1693) kent as La Grande Mademoiselle, wis the eldest dochter o Gaston d'Orléans, an his first wife Marie de Bourbon, Duchess o Montpensier.One o the greatest heiresses in history, she died unmairit an haed nae childer, leaving her vast fortune tae her cousin, Philippe o Fraunce. She shouted that they should open the gates, but was ignored. [17], Even in uncertain times, the possibility of a marriage between Mademoiselle and the Prince of Condé arose when Claire Clémence became critically ill with erysipelas. Mai 1627 in Paris; † 5. When Princess Palatine meets Philippe for the first time, she wants to get to know Marie Louise and her little sister Anne Marie d‘Orléans. Louis XIII's death left Louis XIV (then about 6 years old) as King of France, and Louis XIII's widow Queen Anne as regent during her son's minority. Her father, Gaston d'Orléans, was the youngest brother of the late Louis XIII; as such, Marie Anne was born during the reign of his first cousin, the 12 year old Louis XIV. Anne-Marie-Louise d’Orléans, Duchesse de Montpensier Her reputation ruined and having earned the distrust of the King, he exiled her thus. Her uncle Louis XIV arranged her marriage to Victor Amadeus II of Savoy, then Duke of Savoy. Anne-Marie-Louise d’Orléans, duchess de Montpensier, byname La Grande Mademoiselle, (born May 29, 1627, Paris, France—died April 5, 1693, Paris), princess of the royal house of France, prominent during the Fronde and the minority of Louis XIV. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess of Montpensier, (27 May 1627 – 5 April 1693) known as La Grande Mademoiselle, was the eldest daughter of Gaston d'Orléans, and his first wife Marie de Bourbon, Duchess of Montpensier. Mademoiselle considered the proposal, as she would still have maintained her rank as one of the most important females at court, and her father had a good relationship with Condé. [46] Her proxy marriage did nothing to change her attitude and she attempted to abscond and go hunting, only to be stopped by Mademoiselle herself. Heraldica.org. [1] After a string of proposals from various members of European ruling families, including Charles II of England,[2] Afonso VI of Portugal, and Charles Emmanuel II of Savoy, she eventually fell in love with the courtier Antoine Nompar de Caumont and scandalised the court of France when she asked Louis XIV for permission to marry him, as such a union was viewed as a mésalliance. As his eldest daughter Mademoiselle was his principal heiress, and Gaston left her a considerable fortune that added to her already vast personal wealth. Mademoiselle was asked to have an interview with the king and Madame de Montespan. Lying in state, the urn containing her entrails exploded mid-ceremony, which caused chaos as people fled to avoid the smell. Family Members . She died at the Palais du Luxembourg in Paris on Sunday, 5 April 1693. MONTPENSIER ANNE MARIE LOUISE D 'ORLÉANS duchesse de, dite LA GRANDE MADEMOISELLE (1627-1693) Carte mentale. Les morts prématurées et suspectes donnaient souvent lieu au Grand Siècle à des rumeurs infondées, et Marie-Louise est plus vraisemblablement morte d'une intoxication alimentaire[3]. All her life, Marie Louise would maintain an affectionate correspondence with her stepmother. Her mother died when she was ten months old. [55] The date for the ceremony was set to occur at the Louvre on Sunday, 21 December 1670. Marie Louise d'Orléans was born at the Palais Royal in Paris.She was the eldest daughter of Philippe of France, Duke of Orléans and of his first wife, Princess Henrietta of England. En butte à l'hostilité de la cour qui manipule le faible souverain et le monte contre son épouse, elle tombe quand même enceinte, mais ne mène pas sa grossesse à terme. Anne Marie d'Orléans (27 August 1669 – 26 August 1728) married King Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia and had issue. She later said she that she had never been "in so entrancing a situation". En 1679, elle devient la première épouse de Charles II d'Espagne. When she finally did see him again in October 1634, the seven-year-old Mademoiselle "flung herself into his arms". [1] Elle a pour grands-parents paternels Louis XIII de France et Anne d’Autriche. When Gaston fell in love with Marguerite of Lorraine, Louis XIII refused to give his brother permission to marry— France and Lorraine were enemies, and a prince of the blood and heir to the throne was not legally allowed to marry without the king's permission. Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans (Marie Louise Élisabeth; 20 August 1695 – 21 Julie 1719) wis the eldest an favourite daughter o Philippe d'Orléans Duke o Orléans (Regent o Fraunce for Louis XV).She mairit her cousin Charles o Fraunce, Duke o Berry in 1710 but had no surviving childer. April 1693 in Paris) war Herzogin von Montpensier und wurde auch La Grande Mademoiselle genannt. Saint-Simon attribue l'exécution de ce crime à Olympe Mancini, comtesse de Soissons[2]. Anne-Marie-Louise d’Orléans, duchess de Montpensier, princess of the royal house of France, prominent during the Fronde and the minority of Louis XIV.She was known as Mademoiselle because her father, Gaston de France, Duke d’Orléans and uncle of Louis XIV, had the designation of Monsieur. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans s-a născut la Palatul Luvru din Paris la 29 mai 1627. Facebook offre à … En tant qu'aînée des princesses du sang et des nièces du roi. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans est sur Facebook. Her father was involved with this, which caused her relationship with Gaston to deteriorate. She wis a sister o the Queen o Spain as well as the Duke o Orléans. She referred to Lauzun as "Monsieur le duc de Montpensier" to her friends. [6] Her mother, 21-year-old Marie de Bourbon, Duchess of Montpensier, was the only surviving member of the Montpensier branch of the House of Bourbon. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans (1627-1693) was a granddaughter of king Henry IV of France, she was known as La Grande Mademoiselle. When Mademoiselle's governess, Madame de Saint Georges, died in 1643, Mademoiselle's father chose Madame de Fiesque as her replacement. One of the greatest heiresses in history, she died unmarried and childless, leaving her vast fortune to her cousin, Philippe of France. April 1693 in Paris) war Herzogin von Montpensier und wurde auch La Grande Mademoiselle genannt. Des rumeurs non confirmées prétendent qu’elle a été empoisonnée sur ordre du Conseil aulique, parce qu’elle n’avait pas eu d’enfant, mais aussi parce que l'amour que lui portait le roi[2] risquait de détacher celui-ci de l'alliance autrichienne alors que débutait la guerre de la Ligue d'Augsbourg. Bien qu’elle soit réputée pour sa beauté lors de son mariage, son union sans amour avec le roi d’Espagne est pour elle cause de dépression et d’une obésité morbide. As the eldest daughter of Monsieur, Anne Marie Louise was officially known as Mademoiselle from the time of her birth, and, because she was the granddaughter of a King of France, Henry IV, her uncle Louis XIII created for her the new title of petite-fille de France ("Granddaughter of France"). Having never been to Saint-Fargeau before, she was unaware of the state of the building and thus stayed at a small residence in Dannery having been received by the bailiff of her estates. English: Marie Louise d' Orléans (26 April, 1662, Palais Royal, Paris, France - 12 February, 1689, Royal Alcazar, Madrid, Spain), eldest daughter of Duke Philippe I of Orléans and his first wife Princess Henrietta of England. (Mademoiselle de Montpensier) found: Nouv. As a grand daughter of France, Marie Anne was allowed the style of Royal Highness and was known as Mademoiselle de Chartres from birth. They were lost in a fire in 1752 and suffered further damage in 1850, thus all evidence of the appearance of Mademoiselle's residence was lost. [14] The "wealthiest single princess of Europe" was left without suitable marriage prospects. She held the rank of Grand daughter of France. [41] Once again at Henrietta's death in 1670, Louis XIV asked if Mademoiselle wanted to fill "the vacant place" that had been left by Henrietta, a suggestion she declined. She is best remembered for her role in the Fronde, her role in bringing the famous composer Lully to the king's court,[3] and her Mémoires. Anne-Marie-Louise d’Orléans, duchess de Montpensier, princess of the royal house of France, prominent during the Fronde and the minority of Louis XIV. [3] Mademoiselle always had a great sense of her own self-importance and when asked about her maternal grandmother Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse she replied that she was not her grandmother, because she was "not a queen". Jean de Nogaret, Seigneur de La Valette et de Caumont, Gabrielle Angelique, Duchess of La Valette and Epernon, This page was last edited on 27 November 2020, at 00:48. Le couple demeure donc sans enfants, et le roi n’en aura pas davantage avec sa seconde épouse, Marie-Anne de Neubourg. * All her life, Marie Louise would maintain an affectionate correspondence with her stepmother. [52], Before long, Mademoiselle fell hopelessly in love with Lauzun. A year later, her father married 19-year-old Princess Palatine, who became very close to her stepdaughters. [45], Initially overjoyed at the prospect of marrying, Marguerite Louise's ebullience faded to dismay when she discovered Mademoiselle no longer favoured the Tuscan match. Having not seen any of her family for some five years, she was greeted with forgiveness and the added compliment that her "looks had improved", according to Queen Anne. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans[4] was born at the Palais du Louvre in Paris on 29 May 1627. House: Bourbon Affiliations: Kingdom of France Kingdom of Sardinia TV Character Information First Episode: A Still Small Voice (mentioned) Anne Marie d’Orléans is a French princess and the second daughter ofPhilippe of France and his first wifeHenriette of England. Louise Elisabeth de Orléans 1709 – 1742. Mademoiselle got onboard "climbing like a cat" and "jumping over the hedge" in order not to hurt herself and climbed through a gap in the gate. La jeune femme a de quoi être effrayée, l'étiquette espagnole étant encore plus codifiée et restrictive qu'en France, les reines et les infantes espagnoles étant notamment servies à genoux, entourées de gnomes et de duègnes. Anne Marie d'Orléans (27 August 1669 - 26 August 1728) was a niece of Louis XIV and was the wife of Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia. At the birth of the future Louis XIV in 1638, the determined Mademoiselle decided that she would marry him,[10] calling him "her little husband" to the amusement of Louis XIII. [26] Convinced to return to Saint-Fargeau, she settled into her home for the next four years and soon began to improve the building under the direction of François Le Vau, brother of the renowned architect Louis Le Vau. At the Peace of Rueil of 1 April 1649, the Fronde Parlementaire ended and the court returned to Paris in August amid great celebration. Du côté de Philippe "Monsieur" d'Orléans, Duc d'Orléans 1640-1701: avec Elisabeth dite Madame ou La Palatine de Wittelsbach, Princesse palatine de Bavière 1652-1722. Louise Élisabeth was born at the Palace of Versailles. Louise Marie was initially known at court as Mademoiselle d'Orléans and, after the death of her father's first cousin Louise Anne de Bourbon, as Mademoiselle. gén., 1861 (Montpensier, Anne-Marie-Louise d'Orléans, duchesse de, 1627-1693; known under the name of Mademoiselle and la Grande … Mademoiselle was very close to her father Gaston, Duke of Orléans. One of the greatest heiresses in history, she died unmarried and childless, leaving her vast fortune to her cousin, Philippe of France. Louis had no children; he died aged 10 in 1795. Enfant joyeuse et charmante, elle est la préférée de son père, et passe aussi beaucoup de temps avec ses grands-mères. [...] She was in all respects a most extraordinary creature". Subcategories. [50] This proposal was to be the last for la Grande Mademoiselle. Siblings. [56], The joy was not to last; under pressure from a disapproving court, Louis XIV reversed his decision, and the engagement was called off on 18 December stating that it would damage his reputation. Anne Marie Louise d’Orléans, Duchess of Montpensier. [30] In 1656, hearing that her father had been excused for his various scandals, Mademoiselle herself said she would forget the bad blood caused by his financial misdemeanours and resumed her close relationship with him. Mademoiselle later exclaimed that Christina "surprised me very much. Marie Louise's mother died in 1670. Anne Marie d'Orléans (27 august 1669 - 26 august 1728), a fost regină a Sardiniei și bunica maternă a regelui Ludovic al XV-lea al Franței Primi ani. Her father on the other hand wanted her to marry Louis, Count of Soissons, a descendant of Charles, Duke of Vendôme, one of his old co-conspirators. She was the eldest of the surviving children of Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, Regent of France, and of his wife Françoise-Marie de Bourbon, a legitimised daughter of Louis XIV of France.She was given the honorary title of Mademoiselle d'Orléans at birth. Determined to get Lauzun freed, Mademoiselle devoted herself to his interests and approached Madame de Montespan to try to encourage the king to release him. The city of Orléans, Mademoiselle's namesake and the capital of her father's duchy, wanted to stay neutral in the civil war; the magistrates of the city had seen what the war had done to the nearby area of Blaisons and wanted to avoid the same fate. As a child Mademoiselle lived with her governess at the Palais des Tuileries. [65], Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess of Montpensier, Only includes Princesses of the House of Bourbon before the. Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books Audible Audiobooks Livres en français Richelieu subsequently reprimanded her for her remarks. The intended bridegroom was Alfonso VI of Portugal, who acceded to the Portuguese throne in 1656. Marie-Louise d'Orléans, Reine d'Espagne 1662-1689; ... Anne-Marie d'Orléans 1669-1728 Demi-frères et demi-sœurs. Her mother died at the Castle of Saint-Cloud (in the series at the Palace of Versailles) ten months after Anne Marie's birth. Mademoiselle was asked to ensure its fulfilment,[44] a previous proposal from the Duke of Savoy having failed. Gaston was involved in multiple conspiracies against Louis XIII and his chief advisor Cardinal Richelieu, and generally on bad terms with the court. Fearing for her life, Mademoiselle fled Paris for the safety of her residence at Saint-Fargeau. [17] The pair sojourned in Bordeaux, where Mademoiselle was involved in the peace which ended the siege in the city in October 1650. Gaston resided at Blois, where Mademoiselle visited him frequently. [47], In 1663, Louis XIV again turned to Mademoiselle in order to arrange a match for his cousin. Françoise Marie de Bourbon 1677 – 1749. [16] Having convalesced, Mademoiselle befriended Claire Clémence de Brézé, Madame la Princesse, the unwanted wife of the Grand Condé. She was known as Anna Maria in her husbands kingdom. [42], Mademoiselle and her younger half sister Marguerite Louise enjoyed a close relationship. Digne fille de l'éternel conspirateur, du rival velléitaire et malheureux de Richelieu et de Mazarin, Gaston d'Orléans, et de sa première femme, Marie de Bourbon, duchesse de Montpensier. When Mademoiselle arrived at Orléans, the city gates were locked and the city refused to open them. She was the mother-in-law of Philip V of Spain and the Dauphin of France. Elle fut reine d'Espagne, de Sicile et de Naples, duchesse de Bourgogne, de Milan, de Brabant, de Luxembourg et de Limbourg et comtesse de Flandre et de Hainaut par son mariage avec le dernier roi issu de la branche espagnole de la maison de Habsbourg, Charles II. Her mother died less than a year after her birth, and she was raised by her stepmother, Elizabeth Charlotte, Princess Palatine. Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, Francesco I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse, Duchess de Joyeuse, "The French Royal Family: Titles and Customs", Royal Consent: the case of Gaston d'Orléans, "THE MEDICI GRANDUCAL ARCHIVE... AND THE MEDICI ARCHIVE PROJECT", "Habsburg, Johanna von Oesterreich (Tochter des Kaisers Ferdinand I. Lors de son départ, redoutant qu'à l'instar de sa cousine Marguerite-Louise d'Orléans, grande-duchesse de Toscane, la princesse ne quitte son mari pour revenir en France, le roi dit à sa nièce : « Au revoir Madame, et pour toujours. One of the key areas of the life of Mademoiselle was her involvement in the period of French history known as the Fronde, a civil war in France marked by two distinct phases known as the Fronde Parlementaire (1648–1649) and the Fronde des nobles (1650–1653). Si sa mère avait voulu la « jeter à la rivière » à la naissance car ce n'était pas un garçon, elle trouvera une seconde mère débordante d'affection en la personne de sa belle-mère Élisabeth-Charlotte de Bavière, la princesse Palatine. The former informed her of his decision, to which she responded, "what cruelty..! https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_de_Bourbon,_duchesse_de_Montpensier Dimeziñ ha bugale. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans. Having reached her majority in 1652 it was discovered that her father had not been entirely honest with the management of her finances and that was the reason for her 800,000 livres of debt. At the entertainments was a man called Antoine Nompar de Caumont duc de Lauzun, an impoverished nobleman from Guyenne. When the wife of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III died in May 1646, Mademoiselle considered marriage to Ferdinand,[13] but the regent, Queen Anne, under the influence of Mazarin, ignored Mademoiselle's pleas. Voulant la raisonner, il lui demande également si elle pense qu'il aurait pu trouver meilleur mariage pour sa propre fille, ce à quoi Marie-Louise répond : « Non, mais vous auriez pu pour votre nièce », faisant par là référence à son potentiel mariage avec le dauphin. This "exile" lasted roughly a year and during it she began to make repairs to the Château d'Eu, where she began to write her memoirs. Mai 1627 in Paris; † 5. Anne Marie Louise d’Orléans - dite "La Grande Mademoiselle" - fut duchesse de Montpensier, dauphine d'Auvergne, comtesse d'Eu (1657-1681) et de Mortain et princesse de Joinville (1627-1689) et de Dombes (1627-1681). In her adopted Spain, she was known as María Luisa de Orleans. While at Saint-Fargeau, she dabbled in writing and wrote a small biography under the title of Madame de Fouquerolles[28] despite her bad spelling and grammar. Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans[4] was born at the Palais du Louvre in Paris on 29 May 1627. Youth. Lauzun even asked Louis's mistress Madame de Montespan to help convince the king to submit to the match. biog. Her half-brother Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, the future regent of France, was born of her father's second marriage. She grew up in the company of Mademoiselle de Longueville, as well as the sisters of the Maréchal de Gramont. This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total. [31], In a pen portrait of herself executed later the same year, she noted how she was neither "fat nor thin" and "looked healthy; my bosom is fairly well formed; my hands and arms not beautiful, but the skin is good...". La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 23 octobre 2020 à 21:52. His uncle, the future. She was a member of the House of Orléans. In December 1670, the most senior female at the court (behind Madame Royale, the only legitimate daughter of Louis XIV) she asked Louis XIV's permission to marry Lauzun. Mazarin remarked "with that cannon, Mademoiselle has shot her husband."[23]. In February 1660, Gaston died of a stroke at Blois. [7] When Louis found out, he had the marriage annulled and the couple exiled from court. Charlotte Aglaé d'Orléans 1700 – 1761. An angry Louis thus ordered her to return to Saint-Fargeau for having disobeyed him. Marie Louise d'Orléans (26 March 1662 – 12 February 1689) was Queen consort of Spain from 1679 to 1689 as the first wife of King Charles II of Spain. She was known as Mademoiselle because her father, Gaston de France, Duke d’Orléans and uncle of Louis XIV, had the designation of Monsieur. Morganatic and Secret Marriages in the French Royal Family. Comme sa mère, elle meurt à l'âge de 26 ans. Anne-Marie-Louise d’Orléans, Duchesse de Montpensier, Marguerite-Louise d’Orléans, Grande-Duchesse de Toscane, and Élisabeth-Marguerite d’Orléans, Duchesse de Guise, who all ranked as petite-filles de France since they were the granddaughters of Henri IV. At her funeral, according to Saint-Simon, she was noted as being "the wealthiest single princess of Europe". Părinții ei erau Filip I, Duce de Orléans (fratele regelui Ludovic al XIV-lea al Franței) și Anne Henrietta a Angliei. Alfonso instead married Marie Françoise of Savoy.[49]. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Inscrivez-vous sur Facebook pour communiquer avec Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans et d’autres personnes que vous pouvez connaître. Le Vau redid the exteriors of Saint-Fargeau at a cost of 200,000 livres. As a petite-fille de France she was entitled to the attribute of Royal Highness, although, as was customary at court at the palace of Versailles, her style, Mademoiselle d'Orléans, was more often used. [44] After this, Marguerite Louise's behaviour became erratic: she shocked the court by going out unaccompanied with her cousin Prince Charles of Lorraine, who soon became her lover. [64] Soon after the two had an interview, the last time they would ever see each other before Mademoiselle retired to her Parisian residence, the Palais du Luxembourg. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. She is also an important figure in British history. Born at the Palais d'Orléans, [1] the present day Luxembourg Palace in Paris, she was the youngest daughter born to the Duke and Duchess of Orléans.. Louis XIV est son oncle paternel et parmi ses oncles maternels figurent les rois Charles II et Jacques II d'Angleterre. De Montpensier, Fille De Gaston D'orléans, Frere De Louis Xiii, Roi De France…, La Galerie des Portraits de Mademoiselle de Montpensier and more from anne marie louise d'orléans. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. [21] She entered the city and was greeted triumphantly, being carried through the streets of Orléans on a chair for all to see. Achetez les livres de anne marie louise d'orléans sur Indigo.ca. [25] She went with Madame de Fiesque and Madame de Frontenac, wife of the future Governor General of New France. Ses grands-parents maternels sont Charles Ier d'Angleterre et Henriette-Marie de France. Elle fut reine d'Espagne, de Sicile et de Naples, duchesse de Bourgogne, de Milan, de Brabant, de Luxembourg et de Limbourg et comtesse de Flandre et de Hainaut par son mariage avec le dernier roi issu de la branche espagnole de la mai… [15] The influence of Cardinal Mazarin was also opposed. Mademoiselle fell ill on 15 March 1693 with what appears to have been stoppage of the bladder. Prior to the death of Queen Marie Thérèse in July 1683, the couple had been on bad terms when they again came together temporarily in their grief. The following year, her father married Liselotte of Palatine. Gaston was undecided and Mademoiselle took it upon herself to go to Orléans to represent her father and put an end to the troubles. [21], Staying for five weeks, she became attached, calling it "my town", before returning to Paris in May 1652. As a granddaughter of the king, she was a Petite-Fille de France. Mademoiselle fell ill in Paris during September 1657, when she bought the Château d'Eu from Mademoiselle de Guise (her maternal aunt) at the end of her illness[36] before returning to her beloved Saint-Fargeau for Christmas.