Athos, Porthos, and Aramis were Queen regnant Louise’s most trusted musketeers, and known in the regiment as The Inseparables because you rarely saw one without the others.
Athos, who came from the nobility, but with a past which haunted her and that she
tired to drink away. Porthos, who grew up in the Court of Miracles, and had fought for everything she’d ever got. Aramis, a nobleman’s bastard, constantly torn between her skills, her lust and her faith.
Their true names were known by no one but themselves, but in each other they all found something they had never really had before: family, loyalty, and love.
Queen Louise of Denmark with her three daughters at the piano. From left to right are Alexandra, Princess of Wales (1844 -1925); Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia (1847-1928) facing the viewer, Queen Louise of Denmark and Thyra, Duchess of Cumberland (1853-1933)