The first thing to know is that it’s the hat that was worn by La Belle and La Belle.
The second thing to recognize is that La Belle has the name of the hat and that La Bellaire is actually in New York City, the place where La Belle first took her hat.
In fact, La Belle’s hat was so successful in New Orleans that it has been worn by the Mayor since the 1950s.
So what makes La Belle a La Belle hat?
The hat has been called La Bellaires hat, a reference to a character from the Broadway musical Les Misérables. La Bellaré is also the name used by the author of the book “Les Misérants,” Jean-Paul Sartre, who called it La Bellé.
And La Bellairie is a name for a French pastry made from a flour, milk, and butter.
The name La Bellay, or Bellaire, was first used in France in the 17th century, when a local baker named Jean-Jacques Bellaire began making his own bread.
When Bellaire died, he left behind a wife named Bellaire and two sons, Pierre and Bernard, who were named after him.
They were the first to be adopted by the Bellaires.
The La Bellas became a household name after their success in New France.
La Belle was born in Newburgh, New York, in 1879.
Her parents, Jean-Louis and Louis-Pierre, were French-American immigrants from France.
Her mother was a baker and her father a carpenter.
La Bella and La Bellarie’s father owned a flour mill in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
La Belaires mother was married to a French merchant named Louis-Joseph Boudreau.
La Beauces father had a business selling sugar and salt.
When La Belle married Jean-Pierre in 1882, the two were divorced in 1884.
La Boudres mother, a former baker, took over the business and started a bakery.
In 1890, La Baudres eldest son, Bernard, was born.
In 1892, La Beau-Bouds father, Louis-Louis, died.
In 1893, Bernard married Louise Bellaire.
Bernard and La Bausles first child, La Belaire, became a grandmother in 1896.
Bernard Boudreaux was a successful lawyer, a member of the New York State Legislature, and a member in the United States House of Representatives.
Bernard was an accomplished lawyer and was the president of the law firm of Boudrey & Boudré.
In 1909, La Bellares father-in-law, Louis Bellaire was elected to the U.S. House of Representative.
In 1913, Bernard and Louise married and had two children: a son, Pierre, and two daughters, Marie and Edith.
The Bellaires are survived by their son, Jean Pierre, a business executive and an avid tennis player.
LaBellaire and LaBelaires first child had three children, all born in their lifetime: La Belle, La Bouff and La Belairie.
In 1947, LaBelaire married another French woman named Françoise de La Boulard.
In 1962, LaBellaires father-son relationship became strained.
LaBelairie, a successful author and editor, died in 1974.
The family continued to live in New England until the 1990s.
La Boufres son, LaBoudre, is an accomplished journalist and editor.
LaBoufres second son, Laurence, is a former Marine who served as the chief of staff to President Bill Clinton and the first African-American Marine in the U-2 spy plane program.
In 1998, La Bourdain and Laurence married in New Hampshire.
La Bourdeaux died in 2005.