Roger de Saint-Lary de Termes, duc de Bellegarde

Grand Squire of France and governor of Burgundy

Description:

SR 15

Carousing – Master

Etiquette – Master

Horsemanship – Master

Seduction – Master

Bio:

Bellegarde (b. 1565) is the Grand Squire (grand écuyer) of the King’s Household, in charge of the king’s stables and the transport of the king and his retinue.

Bellegarde was a mignon, a favorite of King Henri III, and he was similarly honored by Henri IV and Louis XIII. He is a traditional gallant, an unabashed rake rumored to be the real father of the duc de Vendôme. Bellegarde is known to flirt with the prim Queen Anne, who finds the old duke both shameless and fascinating.

Roger de Saint-Lary de Termes, duc de Bellegarde

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