The following year he married the Marquise de Maintenon, but she was never a queen, so France was a queenless country from 1683 until 1725 when his grandson married Marie Lesczynska who would die in 1768.
From 1768 until Louis XV death in 1774 there was no queen again.
Both Louis XVIII (reigned 1814-24) and Charles X (1824-30) had no queens by their side as their wives had died before their accession.
Not a Queen but the Prince Sovereign's wife.
Honoré V, reigned 1819-41, never got married.
His nephew Charles III reigned 1856-89 but lost his wife early in 1864 and never remarried.
Their son Albert ascended to the throne in September 1889 and the next month he married his 2nd wife Alice Heine whom he separated in 1902 and never remarried until his death in 1922.
Louis II was a bachelor until 1946.
Pr.Rainier started his reign in 1949 but only got married in 1956 to Grace Kelly (d. 1982) and Monaco had no princess consorte for almost 30years until 2011 when Albert II married Charlene Wittstock
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