Wairy, Louise Constant
Louis Constant Wairy (1778 - 1845), writer of biographies of French Kings, was born in Peruelz, Belgium. He is best - known for his memoirs of Napoleon I, Recollections of the Private Life of Napoleon (1830). <br/> Wairy first served Eugene and Josephine Beauharnais, and was appointed in 1800 premier valet de chamber to Napoleon I, whom he served until his final banishment to St. Helena in 1815.
Frenchman Wairy became the premier valet de chamber to Napoleon in 1800. He remained in service until his master's final exile in 1815. He published the famous “Recollections of the Private Life of Napoleon” in 1830.