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The Empress Marie Feodorovna - mother of the last Tsar.

The Empress Marie Feodorovna - mother of the last Tsar. Love to know a bout Empress Marie Feodorovna.

Grand Duchess Olga(sister of Tsar Nicholas, II) in her garden on St. Olga's Day July 13 (24) 1958 ---- two years before her death. You would never guess the splendor she came from.

Grand Dutchess Olga (sister of the Tsar) in her garden in 1958 2 years before her death.

Princess XENIA GEORGIEVNA, Grand Duchess Anastasia's cousin. Xenia brought Anderson to America from Germany in hopes to resolve the issue of her identity. Even after a falling out with Anderson she still believed she was her cousin Anastasia, while Xenia's sister Nina did not. – em:  royaltyguide.nl

One of Tsar Nicholas' sisters who lived until 1960 was- Granddutchess Xenia Alexandrovna Romanova. On 1894 she married her first cousin once removed Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia.

Grand Duchess Xenia and family. Xenia was the sister of Tsar Nicolas II - she was at her estate in the Crimea when she learned of her brother's murder - she and her mother Dowager Empress Maria escaped on 11 Apr 1919 with the help of her aunt Queen Alexandra of Great Britain. King George V sent the British warship HMS Marlborough which brought them and other Romanovs to England. Xenia was given Frogmore Cottage at Great Windsor Park as a grace and favour residence. Her 7 children all…

Grand Duchess Xenia and family. Xenia was the sister of Tsar Nicolas II

Grand Duchess Olga in a nurses uniform during WWI

Grand Duchess Olga ( sister to Czar Nicholas II) in a nurses uniform during WWI.

Princess Dagmar. Copenhagen. 1864

Maria Feodorovna November 1847 – 13 October born Princess Dagmar of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and later Princess Dagmar of Denmark, was Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Emperor Alexander III.

An extraordinarily beautiful portrait--one I've never seen before--of the most beautiful rose of them all, Olga.

Grand Duchess Olga, eldest child of Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra [a somewhat ridiculous photoshop of Olga]

Queen Olga of the Hellenes, née Grand Duchess Olga Constantinovna of Russia (3 September [O.S. 22 August] 1851 – 18 June 1926), was the wife of King George I of Greece and, briefly in 1920, regent of Greece.

The Greek Emerald Parure “The tale of this tiara begins with the giant emeralds it houses. Sixteen-year-old Grand Duchess Olga Constantinova of Russia brought a magnificent set of cabochon emeralds in.

Alix pregnant with Olga

Rare photo of a pregnant Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, right, with Tsar Nikolai II and Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna, 1899

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