Nicholas II and his mother Dowager Empress Marie attending the 1903 launch of the second class cruiser, Pearl
15 Haunting Photos Of The Romanov Family / the 2 youngest children showing how much they love each other
Tsar Nicholas II kissing Alexandra Romanov on the stairs in the garden of Peterhof while Nicholas’s sister Xenia sits in the lap of her husband Sandro and his younger sister Olga, seem to prepare to take flight.
A photo that wasn't meant to be seen by the whole world. It is adorable!
Olga and Tatiana Romanov, c. 1913
Alix, Alexander Palace ~ Alexei's Bedroom. I think that only parents of children who have serious ongoing medical problems could really relate and understand what grief and worry she must have went through for her son. Alexandra also had a brother and several cousins who had homephilia as well and was well aware of the outcome.
inaugurated in 1889 by Empress Maria Feodorovna who called him "our beloved dacha in miniature". In 1891, children of Alexander and Dagmar, and Georges Nicolas, engraved their name on a window to Using a diamond ring.Tsar Nicolas II signed "Nicky". Window are still in the same place.After the death of Alexander III in 1894, the Empress Maria Feodorovna not set foot in his "dacha in miniature". On the death of the Empress in 1928, his heir the Grand Duchess Olga sold the house.
HIM Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia. Died: October 13, 1928
Irina, Natalie, and Vladimir. The children of Grand Duke Paul and Olga Paley. Because of their parents unequal marriage, the children were not allowed to carry their father's title of Grand Duke or Grand Duchess. Nor were they allowed to inherit their father's ducal fortune. Grand Duke Paul attempted to remedy this by purchasing art, antique furniture and jewels to present to his wife. Sadly, all of their belongings were lost in the revolution.