Lady Hartfield
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Second Life Avatar Name Elisabeth Milneaux About Me: Baroness Hartfield (Elisabeth Milneaux) lives in late 18th-century Europe; she is generally known as Lady Hartfield, or, when in Italy, as Donna Elisabetta. Quite separately, Elisabeth de Milneaux lives in 1920s Berlin, where she enjoys gardening at her house in the Tiergarten.

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Successor account to Constance Zapedzki, who was active at Versailles (2008-2009), attaining the rank of comtesse, and the Royal Court of Spain. She also rp'd Frances Stuart at Whitehall in 2016
Previously at Versailles (Versailles in SL, 2009-2013) I was Constance-Élisabeth de Bonzac, dowager vicomtesse de Saint-Émilion, dame de compagnie to Her Royal Highness the Dauphine, and a long-time manager. It now can also be told that I played the Dauphine, Marie-Antoinette, for two years, from March 2011 to April 2013. At the Pontificalus Aula (aka Villa Farnese), I was Constanza Farnese, daughter of His Holiness.
As well as Elisabeth and Constance, you might have known me as Lady Catherine Monigal in the well-loved and much-missed Court of Charles II, and ClaraElla Claridge rp'ing Contessa Giustina Renier in Venezia (also well-loved and much-missed). They've been more-or-less retired.

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Lord Myron de Verne
14 Nov 2010 07:51:20AM @lord-myron-de-verne:
Welcome (back) to the Royal Courts, Madame ( bows deeply)!
Contessa Elena Marina Foscari
14 Nov 2010 12:38:07PM @contessa-elena-marina-foscari:
....A great pleasure to find you again...Thankyou
FrancisI Stephen de Lorraine
21 Nov 2010 01:43:06PM @francisi-stephen-de-lorraine:
Quel honneur Mademoiselle.
Lady Hartfield
05 Dec 2010 09:36:20AM @lady-hartfield:
Quote is from Ian Dunlap's "Versailles" (1956, 1970 Hamish Hamilton, London), probably still the best English-language book on Versailles which is sadly (criminally??) out of print, although one keeps hearing rumors of reprints ... I was fortunate to obtain a copy in a library sale.
Capacitatodd Principe diMelioria
04 Jan 2011 08:05:00PM @capacitatodd-principe-dimelioria:
Sear Signora _ with pleasure!