THE ROMANOVS WEDDING JEWELRY ~ Diadem of Elizabeth, wife to Alexander I. It was worn by all Russian Empresses and Grand Princesses in the day of their wedding. The pink diamond is of 13 karats, ca 1810. The only diadem of the 19th century that is in Russia. (=) More
The Romanovs & the House of Windsor ~ Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of HMTQ Elizabeth II is a great-great grandson of Russian Emperor Nikolay I. The relations: 1. his father -Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark; 2. His farther's mother - Grand Duchess Olga Constantinovna of Russia, later Queen Olga of the Hellenes; 3. His grandmother's father - Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia, the son of Nikolay I and brother of Alexander II of Russia
Grand Dukd Konstantin Konstantinovich Romanov of Russia with three of his sons Princes Konstantin,Igor and Ioann. "AL"
Thermal Park at 88140 Contrexéville (corner of rue de la Victoire and rue the Shah of Persia) Contrexeville Departement des Vosges, Lorraine,France 88140.Burial site of the Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna Romanova of Russia (the Elder) and her second eldest son,the Grand Duke Boris Vladimirovich Romanov of Russia and his wife Zinaida Sergeievna Rashevskaya. "AL"
A smiling Queen Victoria with her youngest daughter Princess Beatrice (standing), her granddaughter and Beatrice's niece Princess Victoria of Battenberg (seated), and great-granddaughter Princess Alice of Battenberg | 1886. Alice, who was born deaf, married Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark. They had four daughters and one son, Philip. In 1928 Philip was sent to live in England. He joined the Royal Navy in 1939 and married his third cousin Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) in 1947.
The grave of the Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich Romanov of Russia and his wife Mathilda-Marie Feliksovna Kschessinskaya and their son Prince Vladimir Romanovsky-Krasinsky at the Cimetière de Sainte Genevieve Des Bois,Sainte-Genevieve-des-Bois,Departement de l'Essonne Île-de-France,France. "AL"