BEAUTIFUL REBELS OF PARIS
Have you ever dreamt of having a cup of tea with Marie-Antoinette in her Versailles boudoir, a hot chocolate with Coco Chanel in her Ritz suite, or a glass of rosé with Edith Piaf in her favorite Parisian bar? Wouldn't you love an intimate conversation, sharing witty thoughts and little secrets, with the most iconic Parisian women in French History? Well then, you won't want to miss Edith de Belleville's podcast about inspirational Parisiennes.
Have tea with the Beautiful Rebels of Paris; women like Coco Chanel, Edith Piaf, Simone de Beauvoir, Marie-Antoinette, Sarah Bernhardt and many more...
They bring the beverage, you bring the biscuits!
Parisian native Edith de Belleville was an attorney-at-law for many years, but her passion for Paris and its history led her back to university (at the age of 50) to get her official tour guide license. Deeply inspired by Parisian women of the past, Edith decided to write a book in French, titled "The Beautiful Rebels of Paris" ("Belles et Rebelles, Editions du 81"). Edith also teaches Jewish heritage in Paris at University Gustave Eiffel (Marne-la-Vallée), and has just finished writing a book in English, "La Vie Parisienne, adventures of a modern-day Parisienne," which will be published soon.