Included in counsil affairs, she used her diplomatic talents to their fullest, writing to the ruling families of Europe, asking for their aid. Therefore, despite the disagreements between the couple, the union was considered a success. The Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski w Warszawie) and the Pałac Koniecpolskich were seized. The family would leave Dresden Castle, their childhood home in the middle of the night, incognito. Said to be one of the most fashionable women of the time, she was known to influence court fashions immensely. However, Marie IV still maintained that the young Duchesse would not attend the court's hunting excursions until she produced a son. Sophia would never return. To the displeasure of Marie IV, she had to continuously clear the young Duchesse's debts.Sophie's marriage was consummated on the first night, to the surprise of the court. However, with each pregnancy Sophie would become weaker, and her figure larger. Furthermore, it proved a certain unseemly rumor untrue: that Sophie was unable to conceive due to her "plump" figure; a fear Marie IV herself had disclosed to the Saxon ambassador. Additionally, by the popular opinion of the court, the Duc de Normandie was actually the son of the Duc de Valois and the Gräfin, although this was dismissed by all three members as mindless gossip, besides for the obvious fact that all imperial births took place in public, with many of the nobility eagerly looking on attentively. Her favorite colors ranged from a wide variety of feminine pinks and purples, to vivacious greens and blues. Furthermore with the double marriages of Sophia's eldest brother to his Bavarian bride (Maria Antonia), and her eldest sister (Maria Amalia) to the Bavarian Elector, Grandelumiere would not only acquire strong ties with Saxony-Poland, but also with Bavaria. On one instance, he remarked to his Premier Valet that she, "was timid, gauche and ill educated in all those graces considered so important at Argenteuil", coming from the more simple Saxon court where rouge was found repugnant. This powerful alliance was believed to be able to give Grandelumiere leverage and power over their prime rivals, the Austrian Hapsburgs.In late 1744, the Grandelumierian Court requested her hand, and negotiations for her marriage began. Named Pavillon de Saint-Martin, it was composed of four rooms on the ground floor, a sitting room, entrance hall, tea room, and study, along with three quaint bedrooms on the upper floor. Louis-Auguste would soon take up Élisabeth de l'Étang as mistress. Her hearty appetite caused her to gain significant weight; so much so that when she was asked to describe herself, she declared that she "would be as good to eat as a roasted suckling pig".Furthermore, upon her arrival to Grandelumiere, she discovered trend of having small dogs and dwarves among the upper nobility. Marie Anne Sophie de Saxe (29th August 1728 - Present) was a Dauphine of Grandelumiere. With this, the court started to abandon the dimmer colors from the Baroque Period. A materialistic and cultivated woman, she enjoyed all things rich in beauty. The Comte then gave the Emperor a false report of the Cardinal which accused him of embezzlement and fraud. Soon after, Sophie gave birth to the long-awaited heir, Louis-Francois, again, much to the relief of the Empress and court.Reportedly, this was apparently not an simple feat as the Petit-Dauphins conjugal visits were not easy, according to court gossip. Subsequently, Prussia sacked Dresden Castle, forcing the royal court under house arrest. In fact, he had headed the movement for the Spanish Infanta to be wed to Louis-Auguste, instead of Sophie, believing it to be a more profitable alliance. Tous les articles provenant de France trouvés par Glonaabot avec la balise #Anne-Marie Leclerc-Anne Sophie Bar. Finally, in march 1742, Sophia and the rest of her family reached Grandelumiere successfully. The Cardinal found out about it, proved it's falseness and convinced the Emperor to exile Ayen from court.Subsequently, the Cardinal found out about the Grande Dauphine's involvement in the plot and warned the Emperor that women should be kept out of affairs of government. Her husband once remarked that,She had a particular enjoyment of court balls and rituals, often finding them ".With her husband, Louis Auguste de Grandelumiere, she would have several children;German: Maria Anna Sophia Sabina Angela Franciska Xaveria von Sachsen,29th August, 1728, Dresdner Schloss, Dresden, Sachsen,25th June 1763, Le château d'Argenteuil, Seine-et-Oise, Paris, Grandelumière (Age 34),Louis Auguste de Grandelumiere, Monseigneur le Dauphin,Marie Sophie Raphaëlle Germaine, Princesse,Augustus III, King of Poland, Elector of Saxony,Maria Josepha, Queen of Poland, Electress of Saxony.Grandelumierian Empire Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community.Marie Anne Sophie de Saxe, Duchesse de Valois, dated 1749.Louis Theodose, as his birth had been particularly difficult. Surrounded by lucious gardens, numerous pools, and impressive monuments, Louis-Auguste soon began presiding over weekly gatherings in which his private circle would enjoy music, dancing, and cards. In the contract, she was thus guaranteed fifty thousand crowns for rings and jewelry, two hundred and fifty thousand crowns upon her wedding, and the further guarantee of an annual widow allowance of twenty thousand crowns. Henceforth, the court traveled to the Notre Dame Cathedral where Marie IV carried out "the Royal Touch", in which the Empress would touch the peasants, to heal their illnesses and grievances. Sophie considered the Demoiselle de Nozières the most hurtful as she was the first, but disliked the Marquis de Belle-Ile the most on a personal level, as it was during this time where he and the Dauphin often played small pranks on her and took fun in humiliating her. Soon, Maria Josepha exemplified her influence over her husband, making it known that the ministers report to her as well. Consequently, her family soon left back to their native countries of Saxony and Poland. As the Dauphin was heard saying upon many occasions.As time wore on, Sophie's clique became more pronounced and by the end of 1758, she was observed to be completely under the influence of Madame de Mortemart, although according to many this was not her goal. However, her mother's wishes were ignored and were considered an example of her "too pious"temperament". As the Dauphin was unwilling to pay these debts off, she decided to enter the arena of politics to find a solution, the first time since 1747.Although Louis XIV looked favorably upon the young Dauphine, Sophie's main rival, Louis Chretien Hercules de Rochechouart de Mortemart, Cardinal de Mortemart, despised her presence at court. However, the couple's relationship soon improved, as Louis-Auguste's displayed his comfort in the Dauphine's quiet and pious character.To honor such, he had a small pavilion constructed on the other side of Houilles' estate. Following the occupation of Warsaw, Prussian forces marched into Silesia and then into Saxony. Her mother, who had a major influence over the king, went along with him. Rumored to be the sight of orgies and other unseemly activities, Sophie rarely visited. Her dullness was a significant reason why her husband, Louis Auguste, developed a restless and rambunctious personality. Subsequently, after this final, and frankly quite embarrassing incident, Sophie finally reconciled herself to the fact that her husband would take mistresses; and although she did not embrace them, she never voiced anymore opposition.In the coming years, the couple would would produce numerous additional pregnancies, much to the glee of the Empress. Due to her husband's involvement in his numerous affairs, they soon spent little time together. The latter, she immensely enjoyed, often spending much of her allowance on new gowns and materials for her wardrobe. Nonetheless, with Sophie's stubbornness, and considering it her duty to bear children to her husband, she refused their counsel, and would have a further pregnancy in 1758. With the likelihood of the family remaining exiles diminishing, Sophia's worth as a bride rose. Baptized Maria Anna Sophia Sabina Angela Franciska Xaveria, her mother wished her to be known as Maria Franciska Xaveria, after her favorite saint, Saint Francis Xavier. Often, she would spend countless days gambling with her small private circle, losing small fortunes. Three separate carriages were used to transport her family, with Sophia residing in the first. Upon all of this, the court ladies, headed by the Morttemarretes, often pranked Sophie by making sounds of ghosts and the like outside her salon. Additionally, late into her final trimester, she started to experience difficulty with walking, and often had constant shooting pains among her lower back and legs. However, Louis Auguste soon caught wind of this and before the Graf could reach his grandmother, he had almost all of Sophie's Saxon retinue sent back, barring a select few. Moreover, she became increasingly pious, which to her surprise, was one of the matters she shared in common with her husband.As the Dauphin's debauched lifestyle increased, he ordered for the construction of an estate which would serve as a private residence and escape from court. In her apartments, she would enjoy her favorite foods, an odd mix of chocolate and garlic, dubbed "Köstköst" (or both separately), which continuously ruined her already rotten teeth. After a succession of devastating blows, the Empire of Grandelumiere joined the war, as a Catholic ally of Saxony. If some took the construction of Pavillon de Saint-Martin as a reconciliation between Sophie and her husband, they were gravely mistaken. Born to Augustus III of Poland and Saxony and Maria Josepha of Austria, she was married to Louis Auguste, the then Duc de Valois or Monsieur le Petit Dauphin in 1745. According to her Grandelumeirian ladies-in-waiting, Sophie could not sleep until the Gräfin held her hand, read her a story, and slept by her side. Afficher les profils des personnes qui s’appellent Anne Sophie Marie. Her favorites, were hair powder, which turned her golden hair into an off white, along with rouge for her cheeks, and a dark cherry or red for her lips. This first carriage took a route from Dresden, into Lower-Saxony, Bohemia, Bavaria, through the Holy Roman Empire and into Strasbourg. Afterwards, the Empress gave out alms to the poor, along with donating to her charities.Marie Anne Sophie de Saxe, Duchesse de Valois, dated 1758.Her relationship with her husband, was a complicated one and the marriage soon got off to a rocky start. A few months later, her parents joined, having made their way, imprisoned, from Poland.It was here, that Sophia finally realized her mother's political capabilities. However, as she kept out of politics, and wielded little to no political influence, there was nothing she could do about it. After repeated pleas by her Grandelumierian superintendent (Madame de Polignac) on behalf of Marie IV, as well as with the promise of several livres, her ladies were finally permitted to stay, much to the disapproval of the Empress.Soon after returning to court, the Demoiselle de Nozières was discarded, much to the glee of Sophie. Her mother, a daughter of Holy Roman Emperor, Joseph I, carried over the simple and modest education she had received as a young Austrian Archduchess, along with the simple frugality of the Austrian court. However, along with her figure, she soon lost this after her childbearing years and depended on makeup to keep up her average appearance instead of natural beauty.Her hobbies included dancing, playing music, and embroidery. With this alliance obvious, her power was increased, having a close relationship with the Petit-Dauphin. Maria Josepha had wished for an Austrian marriage for her daughter, one from her own family. Although a disappointment, as her first child it was not considered devastating, as her young age was thought to yield various additional pregnancies. Throughout her time spent carrying the child, it was noticed that her appearance went through various changes. As a result, another male heir was hoped for. She was a large supporter of fashion, and often influenced the court fashions of the time.Born in 1728 in Dresden Castle, Saxony, she was a popular member of the Imperial Family among peasants due to her piety and generosity; however these same traits characterized her as a bore and an outsider among the courtiers present in the Imperial Court. Some even say that Sophie herself inspired her childrens' nickname for Belle-Ile, "Monsieur Putain".Following the arrival of Elisabeth l'Etang, Sophie soon implored the Graf von Stolberg-Roßla to talk to Marie IV on behalf of herself regarding her husband's behavior. The marriage of Sophia's parents was a loving one, and Augustus III reportedly never took a partner outside his marriage bed.In 1737, Poland, where her father and mother spent a considerable amount of time, was soon subject to invasion by Friedrich Wilhelm Hohenzollern II, King of Prussia. However, they were too late. This unfortunately hindered her ability to be present at court functions and caused her to retire to confinement about two weeks early. Furthermore, when Sophie arrived at Argentueil, she found that her husband's present mistress, the Demoiselle de Nozières, was installed in his apartments. Thus, the Saxon-Polish court was far from the ostentatious courts of the rest of Europe, which were so popular at the time. Although this was not well received by Marie IV, she agreed to let Sophie keep her Saxon ladies until her family's return to Saxony, which was expected quickly. Prussia's forces soon made it to Dresden, where the Saxon royal children were located. Consequently, after it ended in miscarriage, she was laid up in bed for countless months, although she miraculously survived the illness.Sophie's final pregnancy occurred in 1760, to the surprise of the court. 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Among her daughters, who detested their father's mistresses, she would privately endorse their campaign against Louis-Auguste's longterm lover and Sophie's prime humiliator, Louis-Paul Jules de Rochechoaurt de Mortemart de Belle-Ile, Marquis de Belle-Ile. Sophia spent the next three years here, walking among the gardens with her sisters and continuing her education, but staying away from the Imperial Court, and Chateau de Argenteuil.Finally, in early 1744, Grandelumiere started to push back Prussia over the Saxon border, and into Poland.As the Prussians were pushed back into Poland, it looked as though the war was in favor of the Saxons. Polish: Maria Anna Zofia Sabina Angela Franciska Xaveria z Saksonii,French: Marie Anne Sophie Sabine Angelique Françoise Xaviere de Saxe,Prince Joseph Augustus Wilhelm Frederick Franz Xavier Johann Nepomuk,Prince Frederick Christian Leopold Johann Georg Franz Xavier,Princess Maria Amalia Christina Franziska Xaveria Flora Walburga,Princess Maria Margaretha Franziska Xaveria,Prince Franz Xavier Albert August Ludwig Benno,Princess Maria Josepha Karolina Eleonore Franziska Xaveria,Prince Karl Christian Joseph Ignaz Eugen Franz Xavier,Princess Maria Christina Anna Teresia Salomea Eulalia Franziska Xaveria,Princess Maria Elisabeth Apollonia Casimira Francisca Xaveria,Prince Albert Kasimir August Ignaz Pius Franz Xavier,Prince Clemens Wenceslaus August Hubertus Franz Xavier,Princess Maria Kunigunde Dorothea Hedwig Franziska Xaveria Florentina.A great proponent of tradition, she enjoyed the the etiquette of Argenteuil greatly and carried out her duties as expected of her, bar no exception. As well as influencing her weak husband, Maria Josepha gave birth to three more children inside the Castle of Dresden.Under house arrest, an escape plan was soon conceived, headed by the Grandelumierian noble, the Duchesse de Rohan. This was the first source of tension between Sophie, her husband, and the rest of the court. Sophie's father regained his throne. However, Sophie, already so isolated at the Grandelumierian court, forcefully refused. Also inside it were Augustus III and Maria Josepha, now known as Herr Friedrich Schmied and Frau Benedikta Schmied, accompanied by their servant, in truth Sophia's eldest brother, Herr Schneider (Frederick Christian), and his spouse Frau Franziska Schneider (Maria-Antonia), with the Schmied children Fräulein Sabina (herself), Meister Albert (Franz Xavier), and Fräulein Karolina (Maria Josepha). As time wore on, she started to wear pastel, light colored gowns. Following this, the Petit-Dauphin would take up his first male lover, Charles Joseph de Grepiac, while simultaneously acknowledging Anne Valerie de Rohan, Mademoiselle de Gomene, as a mistress. Despite her great piety, she was willing to enhance her plain looks with makeup and cosmetics, which gave her an acceptable look. Educated in the castle of her birth, Dresden Castle, her mother personally oversaw the girls' education. Henceforth, she was known as Maria Anna Sophia.Born to a large and happy family, she was educated with her close-in-age sisters; Maria Amalia, Maria Margaretha, and Maria Josepha. With this, came the promise of the return of her Saxon ladies. Another hobby she learned about and soon came to immensely enjoy upon her arrival to Grandelumiere was gambling. However, upon her arrival to court it was discovered that she had brought along a Saxon household, in addition to the Grandelumierian one she soon received. Instead, although she kept up her gambling, she significantly reduced her spending on material items, and the Dauphine's apartments were barely redecorated after 1760. Starting as early as 1743, there were rumors of a union between Sophia and the second-in-line to the throne of Grandelumiere, Louis Auguste, Duc de Valois or informally known, le Petit Dauphin. Sophie almost instantly retreated into isolation, far from the displeased court. Gaining countless pounds, her stomach swelled out in front of her, and she looked far beyond the age of 32. The party often moved between the Imperial Court at Chateau d'Argenteuil, the Pavillon de Saint Martin, and Madame de Mortemart's residence at Chateau de Beauvoir, the Pavillon de Babiole.No great beauty, a pair of dark blue eyes paired with light brown hair were her best features. The group was rounded out by Madame de Mortemart's two Dames d'Honneur, Stephanie Béatrix-Étiennette Renart Fuchsamberg d'Amblimont, Madame la Marquise de Lâge de Volude, and Marie-Louise-Jérôme Célésia, Madame la Marquise de Ginestous, along with her great friend, Marie-Jeanne de Bombelles, Madame la Marquise de Travanet. Almost immediately after, her husband stopped visiting her rooms.A rather warm mother for the standards of the day, she would frequently have her children brought to her rooms. Françoise Zéphyrine de Pardaillan de Gondrin, Mademoiselle de Moncontour, Marie-Sophie Augustine de Rochechouart de Mortemart Mademoiselle de Lussac, and finally Louis-Paul Jules de Rochechouart de Mortemart de Belle-Ile, Marquis de Belle-Ile, followed. ".However, it did not end there, with sexual pamphlets picturing Sophie, Louis Auguste, and the Gräfin engaging "à trois" and having numerous orgies with Argenteuil's servants. Therefore, while on her trips to Poland, she often wrote to her children in French (The diplomatic language of Europe at the time), giving them pet names, and encouraging them to write to her informally.The Saxon-Polish court lived under a simple existence. After the rather particularly difficult birth of Louis Theodose, Duc de Vasconie, in 1757, physicians advised the Dauphine that another birth would threaten her life. This hardly gave enough money to cover the soon massive gambling debts she would rack up, along with the added expense of the large list of charities and organizations she had pledged to. Two of her elder brothers had recently died in childhood, leaving only one brother as heir to the throne. Another coveted feature was her strong, clear complexion. To the relief of Louis Auguste, the Gräfin was eventually persuaded to sleep elsewhere during the couple's nights together, following several incidents of the strong-headed Gräfin even kicking the Duc de Valois out of Sophie's bed. In all, Sophie and her husband would produce eleven pregnancies, with eight being brought to term.On the night of November 29th, 1757, Empress Marie IV died of blood poisoning. Besides for these, her cheeks were noticed to have a sunken look, along with a too large nose and small, thin lips. Upon meeting the Petit Dauphin, she thought him "the most handsome man"she'd ever seen and fell instantly in love with him. Raised in a warm, happy family, her father was entirely faithful to her mother, and consequently, Sophie did not realize a man capability to enjoy another woman's company besides his own wife's.The Duc's own impression of his wife was quite negative as well. As Saxony and Grandelumiere were both Catholic allies against a Lutheran power, by cementing their alliance by marriage, it was believed that it would strengthen the ties between the two countries, further defeating Prussia. Her lessons included; Latin, French, Polish, Philosophy, Geography, Religion, Drawing, Music, and Dance.Because her father was both King of Poland andElector of Saxony, he divided his time between both nations equally. Subsequently,the Grandelumierian court agreed, and the betrothal was announced in early 1745, with a dowry settled upon.After the marriage, the Imperial Court traveled to the Palace of Justice, or le Palais de Justice, where the marriage contract was signed. Extremely isolated at the court except for a few chosen favorites, she lived out her years in Grandelumiere under extreme isolation and loneliness.Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony was born on the 29th of August, 1728 at Dresden Castle, to King Augustus III of Poland and Queen Maria Josepha of Austria.The birth was an easy one for her mother, although her gender was generally regarded as a disappointment. To further rectify matters between the couple, Sophie's chief Grandelumierian lady-in-waiting, the Comtesse de Polignac informed her that she must use rouge in order to please her spouse, upon which Sophie agreed to try to adjust herself to the customs of Grandelumiere.In late 1747, the Treaty of Strasbourg was finally signed by all nations who participated in the Prussian War. After Sophie enlisted the help of the Comte d'Ayen, who wished to dispose the influence of the Cardinal by exiling him from court, Ayen gave Sophie his support. As she was among the possible candidates concerning a regency for the young boy, with this fact rather well-known at court, she did command some political influence. Maria Joseph particularly enjoyed these excursions to Poland due to the country's largely Catholic populace, as opposed to Saxony's large Lutheran one. However, negotiations came to a pause as her mother's distaste for the marriage became known. Angers SCO Ainoa / Théo Pellenard Alice / Pierrick Capelle Amandine / Ismaël Traoré Elyssia / Lassana Coulibaly Fanny / Vincent Manceau Faustine / Paul Bernardoni Jennifer / Abdoulaye Bamba Jennifer / Anthony Mandrea Léa / Stéphane Bahoken… At the end of 1750, she was dispatched soundly back to Saxony, where she quietly remarried to the Herzog von Brunswick-Harburg and died in 1754. Ligue 1 (Les joueurs transférés sous forme de prêt sont classés dans le club auquel ils appartiennent). A year later, she gave birth to her first child, Marie Sophie Raphaëlle Germaine. Being short in stature, she was considered plain, having an average figure with unnoticeable curves, which soon faded with her numerous pregnancies. Soon, she could be seen spending thousands of livres on new gowns, makeup, fabrics, and renovations for her rooms. Many considered her children one of Sophie's only happiness' at court, as she was noted to have seemed most relaxed with them. Reportedly, Sophie found these new ideas "charming" and "delightful", and soon came to spend her days in hordes of both. Devoid of their stiff etiquette, pomp, and circumstance, the family circle had a harmonic feel to it, with the royal children addressing their relatives informally and with a carefree manner. Augustus III's new court favorite Heinrich von Brühl, rivaled her immensely in her influence, and opposed the power "the Austrian", as he called her, had over the King. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Often thinking she was being haunted by ghosts, the Gräfin constantly comforted her and demanded on sleeping by Sophie's side, even during the nights Sophie's husband came to her bed. The innocent and childlike Sophia was shocked and disgusted. As most of their children had survived infancy, the couple began spending fewer nights together, as there was simply no need for more children, in addition to the greater burden of Sophie's weak health. However, with Maria Josepha's power gone, Brühl convinced Marie IV via diplomacy that the marriage would strengthen the countries' relationship. Although the rivalry with the Cardinal ended with his death in 1758 at his private residence, Chateau de Reuil, she privately despised the man and a few remnants of his family for the rest of her life. Thinking she would now receive the attentions of her husband whom she so adored, she would soon face the real, disappointing truth. Other friends included her Superintendent of the Dauphine's household, Anne Clemetine de Blois de Penthievre, Mademoiselle de Chartres, her Premiere Dame d'Honneur, Marie-Sophie Augustine de Rochechouart de Mortemart, Mademoiselle de Lussac, and her Dame d'Atour, Constance-Emilie de Rohan, Mademoiselle de Rohan. With the Dauphin hardly visiting her rooms anymore, Sophie began accumulating new ways to entertain herself and to pass her days. With this, the Emperor frankly told Sophie.Sophie then grew more isolated at court, only keeping to her small group of friends and household, her prime confidante being her cousin by marriage, Louise Marie Antoinette, the Duchesse de Mortemart. With her influence declining, she knew she had limited time to acquire what she desired. Here, they were given the Chateau de Saint-Germaine-en-Laye by Marie IV, where Augustus III set up a small Saxon-Polish court in exile. Anne-Marie BRUKOOUA PAAGALUA TOKARZ GUEZENNEC Yelena SALUA Christina Maximilien Anikele Aziza ... Anne-Sophie KAZÖNE Waima KUAN Shierley Hmeun Yvette Emily Meily Kenjhy Asni J. Philippe DRAWILLO Dianna Mirella Serhyne ... LAUTOA Jessy LEUCHART 24/03/2007 LIGNON LIKHAU LUTOLF MAILETOGA 02/03/2005 MAKALU MANUFEKAI Amelinoel MATETAU Daïana Sophie desperately clung dearly to the rest of her Saxon retinue who were permitted to stay, most especially her favorite, Elisabeth von Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Dowager Gräfin von Holstein-Schauenburg. With each decorated in a different shade of pastels, it was primarily used by the Dauphine and Madame la Duchesse de Mortemart, with occasionally their small circle attending. Of these three, she was reportedly the closest with Maria Amalia. Clearly, the Gräfin had to go. In early 1749, the Gazette Impériale gleefully reported that these sounds "made the dear saxonne shriek in horror, all the time holding dearly onto Madame de Holstein-Schauenburg for dear life!