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French Royalists commemorate the anniversary of the murder of King Louis XVI.

On January 21, 1793, after 5 months imprisonment at the hands of anti-Catholic Jacobin revolutionaries, King Louis XVI was executed by guillotine.

The Jacobins, heavily influenced by freemasonry and Enlightenment philosophy, led the charge against the ancien régime of Throne and Altar. After the murder of King Louis XVI, the Jacobins began what became known as the Reign of Terror. Over a 1 year period, they enforced bloody persecution against priests, monks, nuns, and lay Catholics.

They cast God out of France and enthroned “reason”. This was to be a new era of humanism and Enlightenment. An era marked by terrible bloodshed.

The France of 2017, with it’s moral decline, social and cultural decay, racial tension, gender war, and so on, is the legacy of the French revolution.


The immaculately designed and executed Garderobe of King Louis XVI, was conceived with great personal input by the King and reflects his often forgotten intelligence and passions (mathematics; science; astrology; navigation and invention). The room is so precious that it is rarely seen by the general public so it remains the fascinating gem it was under the Ancien-Regime as well as to my beloved best friend ~ both rare treasures to me :-)

  • Who accidentally pushes a door instead of pulling/vice versa: They both do, then squabble about it. Their relationship is very petty.
  • Who doodles little hearts all over the desk with their initials inside them: Neither of them, in regards to each other.
  • Who starts the tickle fights: Frederick, once. Louis is very sensitive. Frederick’s nose got broken.
  • Who starts the pillow fights: Neither of them. It’s too cutesy for them.
  • Who falls asleep last, watching the other with a small affectionate smile: Frederick gets sappy, sometimes. Louis is small and soft and a little chubby and Freddy likes to hold him. They grumble at each other nonetheless. 
  • Who mistakes salt for sugar: Kings don’t cook, they have people to do that for them.
  • Who lets the microwave play the loud beeping sound at 1am in the morning: Neither of them, the palaces both have plenty of servants to bring them food at any time they desire. 
  • Who comes up with cheesy pick up lines: Neither of them. Too sappy.
  • Who rearranges the bookshelf in alphabetical order: They have people to do that for them. 
  • Who licks the spoon when they’re baking brownies: They don’t make brownies together.
  • Who buys candles for dinners even though there’s no special occasion: Louis always has candles lit in his room. Always.
  • Who draws little tattoos on the other with a pen: Neither. Though, sometimes during important political conferences they’ll make mean faces at each other across the table.
  • Who comes home with a new souvenir magnet every time they go on vacation: Neither of them.
  • Who convinces the other to fill out those couple surveys in the back of magazines: Louis does it late at night and has a meltdown when the result isn’t exactly what he wanted.

King Charles X of France in Coronation Robes with his brilliant Coronation Crown and regalia. He followed his brothers Kings Louis XVI & Louis XVIII and was the last King of the direct House of Bourbon. He was succeeded by his Bourbon cousin Louis-Phillipe of the House of Orleans, a cadet branch of the Royal Family. The royal blue version of this painting was actually the copy, the ruby red toned or Burgundy colored coronation robes is the original.

Vive-la-france 🇫🇷