Florentine Omelette for an Unlucky Queen

Foodimentary.com tells me that February is a National Hot Breakfast Month. Here is a royal hot breakfast for you, Beautiful People – enjoy!


What an unlucky queen Mary Stuart was! Losing her father when she was only six days old, the baby queen was sent off to France at the age of five, to be married to a three-year old Dauphin Francis, the heir to the French throne. The actual marriage between the two little kids had to wait until they became of age – sixteen and fourteen. Meanwhile, the child bride, growing up as a precocious, beautiful and gifted girl with a sunny disposition, became everybody’s darling. Everybody, but one person, adored her. Unfortunately, that one person was the only person who counted – the reigning queen Catherine de Medici.


Her father-in-law, King Henry II, loved little Mary. His favorite, Diane de  Poitiers, loved little Mary. No wonder Queen Catherine hated her! Add to that the fact the Mary was exceptionally tall for her times, willowy, very beautiful, vivacious, and, most importantly…

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Awesome history of the unlucky queen for sure. Very nice post, Dolly. Thanks for the wonderful story

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Kamal, for your lovely comment!


      1. Have a nice day, dear! 😻


      2. Thanks same to u too dear

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  2. beehalton2 says:

    Oh, I love omelette and that looks delicious. I have to tell the husband to make it for me because he’s the omelette king in our house 😊

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  3. spearfruit says:

    Looks like a healthy breakfast fit for a king or queen! Gary


    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment, Gary.


  4. Paula Cas says:

    Love your blog and have nominate you for the Liebster Award: https://pathsiwalk.com/2018/02/22/liebster-award-nomination/


    1. Thank you so much, dear Paula! That was unexpected, and I am deeply honored!

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