Who was Marie Antoinette's mother?

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Who was Marie Antoinette's mother?

Some of Marie Antoinette's Wasteful Spending:

In 1783, Queen Marie Antoinette commissioned the construction of Hameau de la Reine, and it was a private hamlet constructed under the guidance of Richard Mique and Hubert Robert. The hamlet was on the grounds of the Palace of Versailles, and Marie used it to spend leisure time with her friends (often, her husband was not invited). The expense of the production of this massive hamlet and rumors spread about the Queen's gatherings helped to continue her decline in popularity among the French people.

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Marie Antoinette's mother was Archduchess of Austria Maria Theresa. Maria Theresa was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, and upon his...

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Marie Antoinette: History, Life & Fate

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