June 20-21 Louis and Marie Antoinette flee; captured at Varennes

Post the march on Versailles, the king left the right to decisions to the queen. The king’s residence at Tuileries was more like a prison to him. 

He believed that he had loyal across the country. So, the “flight to Varennes” is known as his failed attempt of moving to Paris.

When king agreed to abscond Tuileries, a plan was briefed by Count Axel von Fersen and was approved by Antoinette. But during his trip, being recognised by a postmaster, he had to return back to France