"Always going to bed, always pregnant, always giving birth" said Marie Leszczyńska, queen of France. Marie was chosen to be wife of Louis XV for two reasons. First of all, she was ready to get pregnant, unlike his definitely too young fiancee, Mariana Victoria of Spain, and it was very important, as Louis XV had weak health and his death could end the royal line of Bourbon dynasty. Secondly, being a daughter of Stanisław Leszczyński, Polish king in exile, marrying her wouldn't result with any undesired alliance, and France had already enough external problems after rules of Louis XIV.
The provided quote is Marie's complaint about her overall life as a queen. At the beginning she fell in love with Louis XV, but with time, her husband started to prefer his lovers over a wife, whose role downgraded mainly to taking care of children and giving birth to more of them.
But the question is - did she had any lover by herself, during her life at the French court? Are there any records of such person? I know she was very religious, but after all it was Versailles, world capitol of love affairs.
Also, once I've read an old article about her early life and there was a French officer, who felt in love with her, while guarding her on the way to Paris for the wedding ceremony. From what I remember, it was only a platonic romance, but still, I'd love to know his name.