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Lucinda Brant Author • 2 years ago

As custom dictates, Julian, Marquis of Alston wears magnificent court dress of matching frockcoat, waistcoat and breeches in richly embroidered silk, decorated with metallic trim and adorned with diamond buttons, when visiting the French Court at Versailles. MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE

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