Maria Theresa, Duchess of Angoulême was the daughter of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie-Antoinette (see lot 119) and was known as 'Madame Royale'. She was imprisoned during the French Revolution from 1792 to 1795 and was then exchanged for a number of French revolutionaries held in Austria and went to join her Bourbon relatives at Mittau in Lithuania. She married her first cousin, Louis Antoine Duke of Angoulême and travelled around Europe until Napoleon's defeat in 1814. She held the highest female rank during the reign of her uncles, Louis XVIII and Charles X and when Charles X abdicated she went into exile again, this time near Edinburgh and subsequently Prague. She died in the Castle of Frohsdorf, Austria.