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Let Them Eat Cake Set

Let Them Eat Cake Set

Regular price $50.00 AUD
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Set includes: 1 each of Let them Eat Cake Scent, Whipped Body Butter, Sugar Scrub and Lip Balm

In the palace of Versailles, which stood as a breathtaking symphony of opulent grandeur, where golden halls and fragrant gardens whispered tales of timeless romance, dwelled Marie Antoinette, a queen whose beauty and grace left all in awe. Her porcelain complexion, akin to moonlight, and sapphire eyes ensnared hearts. Draped in silk and lace, she wove an enchanting spell upon the palace.

As the French Revolution loomed, her beauty waned, and Versailles crumbled. Marie, once adored, became a prisoner of her opulence. Her radiant spirit dimmed in captivity, transforming her realm of enchantment into one of despair.

In the cold grip of autumn, her tragic fate arrived. The spell of her beauty and grace shattered, replaced by the weight of sorrow. Marie faced her destiny with unwavering dignity, and her passing was mourned by a world that had witnessed her rise and fall.

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