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Louis XVI never renounced his passion for locks, which he was still  practicing in the Tuileries in the midst of great political turmoil. One  morning, he told the queen,
“I had a dream; it was in another century, but the doors opened and shut the same way.”
-The Wicked Queen: The Origin of the Myths of Marie Antoinette by Chantal Thomas
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Louis XVI never renounced his passion for locks, which he was still practicing in the Tuileries in the midst of great political turmoil. One morning, he told the queen,

“I had a dream; it was in another century, but the doors opened and shut the same way.”

-The Wicked Queen: The Origin of the Myths of Marie Antoinette by Chantal Thomas

photo source

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