|Constance of France|
|Countess consort of Boulogne and Toulouse|
|Died||c. 1176 (aged 51-52)|
|Spouse||Eustace IV, Count of Boulogne|
Raymond V, Count of Toulouse
|Raymond VI, Count of Toulouse|
Azalais of Toulouse
|Father||Louis VI of France|
|Mother||Adélaide de Maurienne|
Constance of France (1124-1176) was a French princess of the House of Capet, the only daughter of Louis VI of France and his second wife Adélaide de Maurienne. Amongst her siblings was Louis VII, who succeeded their father in 1137.
The following year, Constance was married to Raymond V, Count of Toulouse. The marriage was arranged by her brother, who was in need of allies against Henry II of England, particularly after the latter bolstered his presence in France by marrying Louis's former wife, Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine. 
The marriage was an unhappy one, a factor that can explain the tense relationship between Raymond and Louis. After a decade of marriage, Raymond broke from Louis and moved towards a partnership with Frederick Barbarossa. Constance wrote to Louis, complaining that she was isolated in Toulouse; the courtiers ignored her and her servants did not obey her orders. In addition, Constance was displeased by her husband taking mistresses. In 1165, Constance fled from Toulouse and returned to Paris.
In 1166, with the support of Antipope Paschal III and Frederick, Raymond repudiated Constance. Having lost the favour of Louis, Raymond was forced to perform homage to Henry for Toulouse at Limoges in 1173. 
Raymond and Constance had five children together, they were: