Tag: France

Marie Antoinette Affair And Love Children Revealed In New Book

January 15, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
Marie Antoinette Affair And Love Children Revealed In New Book

Marie Antoinette’s affair with Axel von Fersen produced two love children, claims I Love You Madly — Marie-Antoinette: The Secret Letters, a new book from Evelyn Farr. Marie Antoinette wrote countless letters to von Fersen during their forbidden romance where she thanked him for giving her a reason to live and lamented about her empty […]

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Lego Slippers For Kids And Adults May Help Parents

November 19, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Lego Slippers For Kids And Adults May Help Parents

Lego slippers for kids and adults will be given away this Christmas, but only if you live in France. In collaboration with the French advertising agency Brand Station, Lego will give away 1,500 pairs of extra-padded slippers for the holidays. Vive La France for inventing the submarine, aspirin, smokeless gunpowder, camera phone, champagne and now […]

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G20 Cats: Cats Take Over Summit In Turkey

November 18, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
G20 Cats: Cats Take Over Summit In Turkey

The G20 Summit was taken over by cats, and the strange incident has gone viral. No one can explain how nor why, but three stray cats found a way to stroll casually on the venue of the G20 Summit taken place in Antalya, Turkey where Presidents Obama, Putin and France’s foreign minister Laurent Fabius were […]

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Gaspar Noe ‘Love’ Brawls: Premiere Of Controversial 3D Film Leads To Massive Brawls At Cannes

May 22, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Gaspar Noe ‘Love’ Brawls: Premiere Of Controversial 3D Film Leads To Massive Brawls At Cannes

Gaspar Noe’s latest film, Love, caused brawls at the Cannes Festival. According to reports, the fights occurred between angry people, who were unable to attend the screening of Love, which is described as a 3D arthouse porn flick. Gaspar Noe‘s Love sparks brawls in France, and the story grabs headlines. The premiere of the 3D […]

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Medieval Mass Grave Found In France: Paris’ Find Offers Glimpse Into Medieval Era

May 12, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 6 Replies More
Medieval Mass Grave Found In France: Paris’ Find Offers Glimpse Into Medieval Era

A medieval mass grave has been found in Paris, France. The discovery of a medieval hospital called Hôpital de la Trinité was made in January and according to experts, it contains more than 300 skeletons. A medieval mass grave was found during construction work under a Monoprix in Réaumur-Sébastopol in France. The discovery was made […]

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France Surveillance Rules: New French Spying Rules Get Support From Parliament

May 6, 2015 | By The SpreadIt Reporter | Reply More
France Surveillance Rules: New French Spying Rules Get Support From Parliament

France has gotten closer to approving new surveillance rules. The measures backed by the European country’s Prime Minister Manuel Valls still face two major hurdles, but the adoption of new French spying rules could signal a significant shift in a culture that has resisted for a very long time the siren call of increased national […]

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Lea Seydoux Bond Girl: French Actress Is Madeleine Swann In New James Bond Movie ‘Spectre’

December 4, 2014 | By TheSpreadit | Reply More
Lea Seydoux Bond Girl: French Actress Is Madeleine Swann In New James Bond Movie ‘Spectre’

Lea Seydoux is a Bond girl at age 29. The very talented French actress will share this new title with the stunning Italian movie star Monica Bellucci, who at 50, is the oldest Bond lady ever. Blue Is the Warmest Colour actress Lea Seydoux is now officially a Bond girl after months of speculation. Sam […]

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Gerard Depardieu Male Prostitute Past Revealed In New Book

October 7, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Gerard Depardieu Male Prostitute Past Revealed In New Book

Gerard Depardieu male prostitute at the age of 10 confession is not the only shocking revelation in his new autobiography, called That’s the Way it Was (Ca c’est fait comme ca). Depardieu revealed that his mother tried to kill him while he was in her womb, he stole from dead people, he beat gays after […]

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Mom Killed Teacher Fabienne Terral-Calmès In Class, Story Shocks France

July 5, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Mom Killed Teacher Fabienne Terral-Calmès In Class, Story Shocks France

Mom killed teacher Fabienne Terral-Calmès is the devastating story making headlines in France. On July 4th, a mother-of-two named Rachida, walked in at the Edouard-Herriot pre-school in Albi in the south of France at around 9 AM where she exchanged few words with Fabienne Terral-Calmès, the teacher of her 6-year-old daughter. The mother who is […]

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