She who pwns people with history

Maria Antonia of Naples and Sicily, Princess of Asturias. She was one of the daughters of Maria Carolina, and was likely named for her mother’s favourite sister, Marie Antoinette.

(I love that there’s a front AND a back to this miniature. I’ve never seen one done like this before!)

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