November 2nd, 1755 Marie Antoinette was born, at Hofburg Palace, in Vienna, Austria
May 16th, 1770 Marie was married to Dauphin Louis-Auguste. Their Marriage sealed the alliance between France and Austria that was made by Marie Tereasa during the Severn Years War.
August 15th, 1774 Marie was given the Gift of Petit Trianon by Louis XVI which was a small château on the grounds of Versailles that she was given to renovate. The château was originally supposed to be for Louis the XV’s mistress, Madame de Pompadour.
June 11th, 1775 Her husband, Dauphin Louis-Auguste, was crowned King Louis XVI. Marie Antoinette, however, was not crowned alongside him.
August 30th, 1777 consummation of Marie and Louis-Auguste’s marriage
May 16th, 1778 Marie got conformation of her first pregnancy.
December 19th, 1778 Marks the birth of daughter her daughter Marie-Thérèse Charlott. She was born at Versailles after difficulties in labor, and given the title “Madame Royale”.
November 29th, 1780 Marks the death of her Mother, Empress Maria Theresa. She died at age 63 due to Dropsy and an unknown respiratory problem.
October 22nd, 1781 Marks the birth of her oldest son, Louis Joseph Xavier François, He was given the title “Dauphin of France”.
November 1st, 1783 Marie had her second miscarriage, which caused more fears for her health.
March 27th, 1785 The birth of son Louis Charles, he was given the title of Duc de Normandie and he was affectionately called chou d'amour (cabbage love). His linage was questioned.
June 4th, 1789 The death of the oldest son, Louis Joseph Xavier. His health had been getting worse for a while. He died of tuberculosis when he was 7. His title was left to his younger brother. The French people did not mourn his death
July 10th, 1789 the Beginning of the French Revolution.
October 5th, 1789 A mob from Paris forced the King and Queen from Versailles. The King and Queen were moved to Tuileries Palace in Paris where they were under the surveillance by the Garde Nationale. During her time under house arrest the Queen decided that she would no longer be involved in French politics.
June 21st, 1791 Royal Families' attempted escape. The family was to be dressed as a wealthy Russian Baronesses servants. Due to the Kings indecisiveness the escape was delayed many times and ultimatly ended in failure. They were captured a day later and taken back to Paris.
April 20th, 1792 France declared war on Austria The queen was now seen as an enemy.
June 20th, 1792 A mob forced their way into Tuileries Palace. The mob forced the King to wear the bonnet rouge as a symbol to show his loyalty to France.
September 21st, 1792 The Fall of French monarchy was declared.
October 16th, 1793- Marks Queen Marie Antoinette of France’s death. Eight months after her husband's execution, Marie Antoinette was tried, and convicted by the Convention of treason to the principles of the revolution, and executed. She was executed by guillotine at Place de la Révolution...