You know what's funnier? Claudia (red), Laura (orange), and Paula (green) were likely in their mid-to-late teens, maybe early twenties at the oldest, at the time of Beauty and the Beast (which was confirmed by Glen Keane in the commentary to take place a few years prior to the French Revolution, which began in 1789 with the Bastille attack). Les Miserables (where Enjolras was from, though I can't say I recognize that particular incarnation of him) at the earliest begins in 1815, and the main action begins in 1832 during the June Rebellion, with his clearly being a young man in the former date. In other words, the triplets are technically making passes at someone young enough to be their son.
Of course, then again, that's assuming they even survive the French Revolution as their village would most likely have been a victim of the Jacobin's attacks rather than supporting the atheistic bloodthirsty Jacobins. In one of my planned stories, assuming of course she didn't meet Marie Antoinette's fate or even escape France, they probably would have been nearly killed by Belle, who would be leading the Jacobin forces attacking the village (and I mean nearly in the most honest manner possible, as they're saved at the last minute.).