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  1. Madame de Montespan. De 1667 a 1679 fue la favorita oficial de Luis XIV, con el cual tuvo siete hijos, que si bien no fueron reconocidos oficialmente como parte de la familia real francesa, fueron recompensados con títulos de nobleza al ser legitimados tras la muerte del marido de la dama:

  2. The wily Madame de Maintenon seized the opportunity to step in. The Marquise, caught up in the vast Affair of the Poisons and neglected by the King, finally retired from the court in 1691 and moved to the convent of Saint-Joseph in Paris. She died in 1707. Louis XIV and his women Discover Princess Palatine Sister-in-law of Louis XIV, memoir writer

  3. 31/12/2014 · Entre los implicados destacaba Madame de Montespan (1640-1707), la amante del rey Luis XIV, quien fue acusada de usar sortilegios para ganarse el favor del Monarca, de participar en misas negras y...

  4. 25/04/2012 · Madame de Montespan fue una de las últimas amantes del rey. Elegante, orgullosa y segura de sí misma, solamente alguien como Madame de Maintenon pudo llegar a hacerle sombra. De Françoise a Athénaïs Françoise de Rochechouart de Mortemart nació el 5 de octubre de 1640 en el castillo de Lussac.

    • Early Life
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    • Relationship with Louis XIV
    • Children with Louis XIV
    • Later Life

    The second daughter of Gabriel de Rochechouart, Duke of Mortemart and Diane de Grandseigne, she was a member of the House of Rochechouart, itself one of the most well regarded noble families in France. Her mother was a lady-in-waiting to Anne of Austria and as a young girl, she often travelled with her mother between the family estates and the cour...

    Despite being in love with Louis de La Trémoille, on 28 January 1663, Françoise married Louis Henri de Pardaillan, Marquis of Montespan, who was one year younger than her. Also, from a prominent noble family, the marriage was considered a good social match. The couple had two children. 1. Marie Christine de Pardaillan (17 November 1663 - 1675) died...

    At the age of twenty, Athénaïs became a maid-of-honour to the king's sister-in-law, Princess Henrietta of England, who was known at court by the traditional honorific of Madame. Later, because of the relationship between her mother and the queen dowager, Anne of Austria, Athénaïs was appointed to be a lady-in-waiting to the king's wife, Queen Marie...

    Louise Françoise de Bourbon (1669-1672) died young.
    Louis Auguste de Bourbon, Duke of Maine (31 March 1670 - 14 May 173) married Louise Bénédicte de Bourbonand had children.
    Louis César de Bourbon, Count of Vexin (20 June 1672 – 10 January 1683) died in infancy.
    Louise Françoise de Bourbon, Mademoiselle de Nantes (1 June 1673 – 16 June 1743) married Louis de Bourbon, Duke of Bourbon, Prince of Condéand had children.

    The last years of Madame de Montespan's life were given up to a very severe penance. Real sorrow over her death was felt by her three youngest children. She died on 27 May 1707 at the age of sixty-five while taking the waters at Bourbon-l'Archambault in order to try to heal an illness. The king refused to let her children to wear mourning for her.

  5. 21/05/2020 · Madame de Montespan fue la única de las numerosas amantes y concubinas del rey Luis XIV de Francia que logró resaltar en el palacio de Versalles. Monstepan logró ganarse al rey y convertirse en madre de uno de sus hijos, además su belleza y personalidad le permitieron ganarse su lugar como pareja de rey. Algo que no pudo lograr ninguna otra ...

  6. 04/03/2020 · The Marquise de Montespan retired from Versailles and, ironically enough, joined a convent. The former Marquise de Montespan lost her position as the king’s favorite mistress to her former governess who later married the king in a politically unofficial marriage. Madame de Montespan died at 66 in 1707 after living her final days in penance.