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She met Napoleon for the first time on March 27 in Compiègne, remarking to him: " You are much better-looking than your portrait.
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She then committed suicide by stabbing herself with the same sword she gave Aeneas when they first met.
She met Thomas at Idlewild Airport and was shocked at his appearance, as he " looked pale, delicate and shaky, not his usual robust self.
She built an acting career, and in 1989, while filming Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat, she met actor Brendan Hughes and they married soon after.
She stayed at the house of John Chapman, the radical publisher whom she had met at Rosehill ( near Coventry ) and who had printed her translation.
She received a fine classical education and, as a girl, met many famous humanist scholars and artists.
She met and married William Davey, her first husband, at age 19 because she felt as if it was her duty as a daughter.
She met George W. Bush in July 1977 when mutual friends John and Jan O ' Neill invited her and Bush to a backyard barbecue at their home.
" This translates to " He / She is not accessible through intellect, or through mere scholarship or cleverness at argument ; He / She is met, when He / She pleases, through devotion " ( GG, 436 ).
She and Olivia de Havilland secretly met with Cukor at night and on weekends for his advice about how they should play their parts.
She also met keyboardist Eddy Quintela ( 12 years her junior ), whom she married on October 18, 1986.
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She has referenced this independence from major labels in song more than once, including " The Million You Never Made " ( Not A Pretty Girl ), which discusses the act of turning down a lucrative contract, " The Next Big Thing " ( Not So Soft ), which describes an imagined meeting with a label head-hunter who evaluates the singer based on her looks, and " Napoleon " ( Dilate ), which sympathizes sarcastically with an unnamed friend who did sign with a label.
She later became the wife of the former's brother, Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, and the mother of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French.
She remained in France, again pleased by her status as queen at the French court, until 1810, when Napoleon forced her to return to the Netherlands at his new wedding — he did not consider it suitable to have the daughter of his former spouse at court.
She did not bear Napoleon any children ; as a result, he divorced her in 1810 to marry Marie Louise of Austria.
She was an obedient wife and was adored by Napoleon, who had been eager to marry a member of one of Europe's leading royal houses to cement his relatively young Empire.
She bore Napoleon a son, styled the King of Rome at birth, later Duke of Reichstaedt, who briefly succeeded him as Napoleon II.
She maintained a correspondence with Napoleon, informing him of increasing demands for peace in Paris and the provinces.
She felt that as the daughter of the sovereign of Austria, one of the allied members, she would be treated with respect by Allied forces, with the possibility of her son succeeding the throne should Napoleon be deposed.
She was originally engaged to her first cousin, the future Napoleon III of France, but the engangement was later broken following his imprisonment at Ham.
She settled in a palatial residence in the Rue de Montmorency and was given a large rent of 120 000 francs and a permission to enter all of the imperial museums, but her previous relationship with Napoleon ended.
She was named for her two grandmothers and for her godmother, Empress Eugénie, the Spanish-born widow of the former Emperor of the French Napoleon III, who lived in exile in the UK.
She became the mistress of Napoleon I's son, Alexandre Joseph Count Colonna-Walewski, and together they had a son Alexandre Colonna-Walewski in 1844.
She persuaded Constant to plead the claims of Murat in a memorandum addressed to the Congress of Vienna, and also induced him to take up a decided attitude in opposition to Napoleon during the Hundred Days.
She was named in honor of her direct ancestress, Antonia Caetana de Pravia Pereia of a noble family that had to flee Portugal to Brazil because of Napoleon Bonaparte's wars.
She would subsequently marry and divorce Sir Paul Dukes ( 1922 – 1929 ), Prince Charles Michael Joachim Napoleon Murat ( 1929 – 1939 ), and F. L.
She was the illegitimate daughter of the Duc de Morny, himself the illegitimate son of Auguste Charles Joseph Comte de Flahaut de La Billarderie by Hortense, Queen of Holland, and therefore half-brother of Emperor Napoleon III.
She once arrived at the Tuileries Palace, the then chief residence of Napoleon Bonaparte, supported by a black page, with eight sapphire rings and six toe rings, a gold bracelet on each ankle and nine bracelets on each arm.