A few scenes later, he's dead and Louis-Auguste becomes the king but there isn't much grief on his part. We partially see Marie's bare breasts through a sheer nightgown. She's in this state for quite some time as a procession of one higher-ranking woman after another enters the room, with each succeeding the former of having the right to dress her. Some women gossip about Marie, saying Austrian women are not very warm in the bedroom. Marie wants to feed her newborn, but is informed a wet nurse will do that. Later, we hear angry mobs outside as well as pounding at the doors and the sound of glass breaking somewhere in the building. All Rights Reserved,. It's said that she's the king's favorite harlot, with Marie adding that everyone knows she's from a brothel. There's mention of the American Revolution, with Louis-Auguste agreeing to help finance their effort against the British. We see Marie come out of a filled bathtub wearing a full nightgown or something similar , and the wet, clingy material partially shows her bare breasts beneath it. There's talk of the Bastille being stormed, but Louis-Auguste says he's staying at Versailles and Marie says her place is next to her husband. We then later see Louis-Auguste get on top of Marie in bed both in their bedclothes , there's some slight kissing, and the scene goes dark, but we do hear Marie exclaim "Oh! Marie is informed of the problem of not consummating the marriage and that she should do everything in her power to inspire Louis-Auguste. We then see a small, draped coffin being taken away and see the parents' reaction. When some sheer material is finally put over her, we can partially see her bare breasts through it. Marie and others gamble at a party. Some women are talking, with one saying, "Then he pulled it out," adding that she asked, "What are you going to do with that?