After her father's assassination, Louise-Suzanne Le Peletier was officially named "Daughter of the Nation" by a grieving National Convention.*
* That's a hell of an adoption right there. "Sorry about your dad - anyway, literally everyone in France is your parent now." Imagine the queue of people who'd have to pick her up at the school gates every day. Imagine all the cards she'd have to sign every bloody Mother's Day.
In her later life, she was an ardent royalist and devoted considerable time and expense to recovering and destroying the famous painting of her father by the artist Jacques-Louis David. She died in 1829.