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Color: Black and White. Edit Did You Know? When Revolution came in , Josephine restyled herself as Citizen Beauharnais, exchanging her silk gowns for muslin dresses.
Her husband was guillotined and she was imprisoned, but on August 6, , the day she was due to be executed, she was released. A year later she met Napoleon. Kisses on your mouth, your eyelids, your shoulder, your breast, everywhere Unluckily for her, letters revealing the affair fell into the hands of the British editor of the Morning Chronicle, which published them in November The world knew he was a cuckold.
Exile: Napoleon died in captivity on St Helena, where his last words were Josephine's name. Josephine retreated to her country house at Malmaison while Napoleon raged about divorce and refused to see her, so she rounded up her children and the three of them stood weeping outside his door at five in the morning. But the balance of power in the relationship had shifted. The scruffy little general was now First Consul of France and a national hero. Josephine was merely his consort, vulnerable both to the hordes of beautiful women who longed to seduce Napoleon.
Yet Napoleon could never resist her.
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Even after Napoleon was crowned Emperor and divorced Josephine for her inability to produce an heir, the love story continued. The day after the divorce, as she wept at Malmaison, Napoleon went to console her and the couple walked hand-in-hand in the rain.
His name was on her lips when she died in , aged 51 her maid said that she died of grief. And her name was the last that Bonaparte spoke on his own deathbed, in exile on St Helena seven years later. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Comments 2 Share what you think.