Dripping with diamonds, you were born to be a Queen. You love the finest things in life, such as fancy dinners, new dresses, and jewellery. Sometimes the fast paced, glittering life gets too much and you retreat into your own Petit Traianon. You are also very generous, giving gifts to your friends and helping out those in need. Marie Antoinette was queen of France from 1774-1789, and wife to Louis XVI. Both were guillotined during the French Revolution
You stand strongly against all forms of injustice, especially against women and children. You are not afraid to make your opinions known to all, and you are prepared to die for your beliefs.Olympe de Gouges was a staunch French feminist, who wrote the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Female Citizens in 1791. She was guillotined during the French Revolution.
You are a romantic at heart, and love art and beauty, especially roses. You are also ambitious, and will do what it takes to get to the top. Joséphine de Beauharnis was the first true love of Napoléon Bonaparte, and she was crowned Empress of France in 1804.
You love to read, and either write or desire to be an author. You are thoughtful, intellectual, and intelligent. You have many good ideas, and love to tell others how to live their lives. Christine de Pisan was a medieval writer, and author of beautifully illustrated works such as The Book of the City of Ladies. Her books and poetry were commissioned by French royalty and she became famous all over Europe for her writing. She died in 1430.
You are curious about the world around you and either have, or would like to have, a career in science. You are strong and determined, a woman in a field dominated by men, and would one day love to receive a Nobel Prize. Marie Curie was a pioneer in the discovery of the properties and uses of radium. She was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize (in 1903), and to be a professor at the University of Paris.