“Essa puta me va a matar!” Marie-Thérèse of Austria, being a quintessential Latino woman, treated the issue with an unusual for Versailles directness. Madame de Montespan commanded a whole wing of the palace — the space shared by all the five daughters of Louis XV in the next century; and it was a remodeling project taking place fifty years later that uncovered this marble octagon, which Marquise de Montespan kept right under the wooden pedestal of her bed. The size of the damned thing! All carved out of one solid piece, no expense spared, and hidden?! Covered, to be exact, and it had never been mentioned in the palace records, or ever by anyone. The only thing that did pop up were those aphrodisiac potions and the seven kids with Louis the Great — her husband says eight, but who is counting…, that’s what we call the bio-power! If you feel like worshiping this XVII century artifact, swing by the Orangery, it’s open till late September being the site of Ahae’s photo exhibition devoted to mother nature.
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