Louis found Eleanor overpowering and demanding, he was exceptionally devout and preferred an evening of prayer in his chapel rather than a night in his wife's bed, on many levels Eleanor was too much like hard work. However, he suffered her for fifteen years until their marriage was annulled under the guise of consanguinity on the 21st March 1152.
Despite being adverse to Eleanor's charms, he managed to father two daughters, however, the birth of their second child was a blow for Louis personally and for his dynasty. What Louis needed was an heir and that meant a son, not a daughter.
Louis VII would marry twice after the end of his marriage to Eleanor fathering three more daughters and a son.
Eleanor's vast estates, from River Loire to the Pyrenees came under her control and within three months she would marry Henry, son of Matilda of England and Geoffrey of Anjou and she would later become queen of England.