King Louis is a supporting character in Barbie and The Three Musketeers. He is heir to the throne, so his cousin and guardian, Philippe, plots to take Louis' place on the throne by killing him. Louis is saved by Corinne, who he is romantically linked to, and he is voiced by Mark Hildreth.
Louis is a French teenager who has light skin, brown eyes and brunette hair.
Despite this fact, that Louis was fated to become king and have royal life and duties, he never really want it. He is clever, nice, not selfish and also a passionate dreamer and purposeful person. He dreams to allow man to fly, and for that he builds a flying balloon. But like all people in Paris, he thinks girls can't be musketeers, and that makes Corinne angry.
- (Talking to the masked Lady Barbeque]] at the Masquerade Ball) "May I have the honor?"
- (To Philippe, talking about his dream, which isn't really appreciated by his cousin) "Not yet, but it is my dream!"
- (To Corinne, who just saved him) "To whom do I owe my thanks?"
- "Philippe! Where are you? It flies!"
|Barbie and The Three Musketeers|
Quote: "True courage is pursuing your dream, even when everyone else says it's impossible."
Events: Masquerade Ball