Charles I, the King of England, makes every effort to prevent the news of Buckingham's death from reaching France. He stops all ships from leaving Portsmouth so that nobody can pass messages between the two countries. However two ships leave the port before the King takes this measure. One carries Milady, and the other carries Lord de Winter.
Meanwhile, back in France, d'Artagnan is impatient to rescue Madame Bonacieux from the convent where she is staying. However, as a Musketeer, he must stay by the side of King Louis XIII. As long as the King remains at La Rochelle, no...
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