The daughter of Eleanor of Aquitaine by her first husband, Louis VII of France, Marie joined her mother's court at Poitiers. There, she assigned Andreas Capellanus the task of writing a treatise on the rules of "honest love," that is, courtly love. His work became the bible of medieval romantic lovers. Marie also patronized Chretien de Troyes, a writer of romances.
Oh, by the way, the answer was "No."