Elena Maria Vidal writes, ...Marie Leszczynska (1703-1768) was the queen of Louis XV, and the grandmother of Louis XVI. She was the last Queen of France before Marie-Antoinette. According to Jean Chalon, the author of Chere Marie-Antoinette, Queen Marie tightened up the rigorous court etiquette that Marie-Antoinette later relaxed because it was so suffocating. The daughter of a dethroned monarch and wife of a blatantly unfaithful husband probably needed the highly ritualized pomp to boost her morale and her rank more than did the "daughter of the Caesars."... More
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In the Polish language the feminine gender is denoted by an "A" at the end of each name. This may be noted by observing her fathers name, King Stanisław Leszczyński, which ends in an "I". I have chosen to use the Polish spelling of her name instead of the French, Marie-Caroline-Sophie-Félicité.