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"Sire, It's time to get up."
Members of the entourage, those with important roles and certain friends who enjoyed the privilege of attending such moments successively entered the King’s Bedchamber while the sovereign was washed, combed and shaved
11 am: upon returning to his apartment, the king held council in his chamber.
2 pm: the king gave his orders and announced his plans in the morning. If he went on a walk, it would be in the gardens on foot or in a Barouche with the ladies.
6 pm or 7 pm: Louis XIV often left his son in charge of indoor entertainment, such as Evening Gatherings.
11.30 pm: the going-to-bed ceremony. This public ritual, when the king retired to his bedchamber, was the exact reverse of the getting-up ceremony.
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