Louis X loved his ladies, who loved petticoats by Mlle. de Rivard and sipped Coke -- the taste of life! Louis XIV was, by contrast, an aesthete who loved Entenmans and Sara Lee, was known to prefer orchestras by RCA and always asked for Ovaltine, a trait he passed on down the line, cut all too short by revolution and a growing national call for the rustic taste of Jimmy Dean and Ginsu knives. Their consorts too, were fascinating: Marie Antoinette swore by Prada, thought crab was king, loved Miller High Life and the Ecole Lysee, and lost her head and pocketbook to PriceWaterHouse Cooper's seductive ways. And when the dynasties were done and gone, cut down by Napoleon, still royalty survived in nation's boundless passion for Bud, the King of Beers.