Louise de Lorraine-Vaudémont, Queen of France

“She scarcely appeared to be sensitive to the glare of her happiness. Henri was shocked by this prodigious indifference.”

Written by the contemporary historian Fontanieu

Louise de Lorraine-Vaudemont, Queen of France was the wife of King Henry III. He married her because she reminded him of his first love. She was shy and retiring which made her popular with her mother-in-law. Another reason Queen Mother Catherine de Medici approved of her was her willingness not to interfere with politics. Learn more about her in the book to which I give you the link below.

  Quoted by Dowager Queen Catherine de’Medici…

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