Lady: And what does your heart advise you? If I get ranty, be aware that I have no problem with cast, crew and all the other amazing people working on Versailles. The Palace is locked down and Claudine gives he all to save her patient. I sincerely appreciate your kind words. I see Philippe as more of a cheerful,loveable little chatterbox who chose to see the best in people and fell in love with a handsome scoundrel. I insert a picture for you. Everything looks so very good. He tasks his best friend, Rohan, to teach the Dauphin to hunt.
The poisoning theory is confirmed. I doubt he felt any of that for most of his life. He fears Monsieur might discover a certain secret and you can bet that he will. He is being driven by voices and it sounds like Henriette. I think the actors all of them, really have done the most incredible job. I know that my relative and his partner are not Philippe and the Chevalier, but the parallels I see between my relative and Philippe in terms of their upbringing, personality, temperament and love lives are ridiculously unmistakable. There is no problem, says Maintenon, and the Duchesse asks if she could see the King to talk about it with him.
We learn the chevalier de Lorraine is in exile why and where, I do not know :cries: We are now with Montespan in a carriage…. Another scene as Louis storms back to Versailles and rants about William of Orange. My reviews, as mentioned, will compare show to history. As it is always said, consider the source and what would motivate that source to either over praise or condemn an individual. My family member is a kind and gentle soul who also likes pretty, expensive things.
As for Liselotte, you will see more of her personality in the next few eps. People who inflict pain and suffering upon others always pushes my buttons, regardless if it was yesterday or centuries ago. I try to see what is on the coat of arms the golden carriage features, but I can not quite make it out. She returns to France in great honour, though gravely weakened by a mysterious illness. Your take on the show and observations have filled many gaps for me. However, her mother has other plans for her — a strategy to ensure her daughter achieves a privileged rank in the court, with a place alongside the King. The role of will be played by the very talented.
But in many ways Lorraine did make him happy and he had more freedom to express his sexuality than most people of the time. Thank God for Versailles it might not be 100% accurate but do we care? Bontemps is there too and Louis asks if he knows how many Protestants they have at court. Louis enters and we see the new dude Gaston, very clearly assuming he will be offered some kind of favour or position…. Historically, Louis was quite fond of her, because she enjoyed riding and hunting as he did, and she was not afraid to speak her mind. Leopold and Louis have an exchange about the war and Protestants.
Louis lets them know that it is time to start on the next chapter. It does make drawing any solid conclusions around any of this pretty difficult. That places looks very familiar, but I can not tell you were it is atm. I feel incredibly sad for him and the position he was constantly put in, and also knowing he was beaten often as a child just makes my heart break. Most can not even pay the current taxes and could impossibly pay more.
Desperate to win back the love of her husband, she has to be satisfied by the regularity with which he performs his conjugal duties, even having spent the evening with a more entertaining mistress. We move from the back of the chateau to the front and see Louis and Marie-Thérèse at the height of the cour de Marbre as a group of soldiers, Monsieur among them, approach the chateau. I suppose he had fulfilled his role plotwise and his demise contributed to the big finale, but Anatole Taubman stood out among a generally excellent cast in series 1. He wants Bontemps to summon the council at once. It would also explain why he was so jealous, as you have pointed out. Marchal turns the huge mirror.
A side-remark from Liselotte about what an expert at tittle-tattle Montespan is, leads the latter to follow her. Oooh, now we are in a glorious bathing room, with a Roman-style sunken bath, all lovely tiles and foliage around. I have the feeling it will be even more lacking than last season. His father buys them for him. Or you can read about her. The King's decisions are criticised, such as his appointment of Cassel to the position of Minister of Justice. Cut back to Louis, who slowly smiles.