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Princesse Alix de Hesse by VelkokneznaMaria.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Princesse Alix de Hesse by VelkokneznaMaria.deviantart.com on @deviantART

A very informal shot of Olga and Tatiana, their hair loose, probably taken by the girls themselves.

A very informal shot of Olga and Tatiana, their hair loose, probably taken by the girls themselves.

Tsar and Empress while in captivity in Tobolsk. This is probably the last picture that was taken of them.

Tsar and Empress while in captivity in Tobolsk. This is probably the last picture that was taken of them.

A series of photos I have never seen!  Lovely Marie; found in blog Stay At Home Artist: OTMA in Costume

A series of photos I have never seen! Lovely Marie; found in blog Stay At Home Artist: OTMA in Costume

The Romanov children, 1901-1906: (t to b) The Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia with their baby brother, the Tsarevich Alexei, aboard the imperial yacht The Standart.

The Romanov children, 1901-1906: (t to b) The Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia with their baby brother, the Tsarevich Alexei, aboard the imperial yacht The Standart.

...A rare smiling Alexandra...with her son, the rather peevish and ill-mannered Tsarevitch...

...A rare smiling Alexandra...with her son, the rather peevish and ill-mannered Tsarevitch...

Photo of Princess Irina Alexandrovna, on the day of her marriage to Prince Felix Youssoupov. Theirs was a fascinating marriage; Felix was a bisexual, peace-loving man, who wound up helping to kill Rasputin. Irina was the niece of the ruling Romanov family. Felix was exiled for his role in Rasputin’s murder, which meant that his family was one of the few who escaped the Bolshevik massacres. Felix and Irina had a happy 50-year marriage, and lived in New York City.

Photo of Princess Irina Alexandrovna, on the day of her marriage to Prince Felix Youssoupov. Theirs was a fascinating marriage; Felix was a bisexual, peace-loving man, who wound up helping to kill Rasputin. Irina was the niece of the ruling Romanov family. Felix was exiled for his role in Rasputin’s murder, which meant that his family was one of the few who escaped the Bolshevik massacres. Felix and Irina had a happy 50-year marriage, and lived in New York City.

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