While never really advocated for, King Louis XV of France was a maternal descendant of King Charles I of England via his youngest daughter. Had the Jacobite movement been successful, the French king could have been a contender for the English crown. Though he had other Catholic cousins with technical better claims.
Fun Fact: Why We Call Them Rhinestones
Rhinestones get their name from the Rhine river as they originated in a port city between France and Germany.
Fun Fact: Birthplace of Dijon Mustard
The Burgundy region of France is actually the birth place of Dijon mustard.
Fun Fact: Last Duke of Burgundy
The last Duke of Burgundy in France was Charles the Bold who held power during the 15th century.
Fun Fact: The French Region That Aided a Plantagenet England
Since the Dukes of Burgundy became rivals to the French Kings, it came at little surprise that Burgundy was usually on England side during the Hundred Years War despite being “French.”