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Elizabeth with Ivan and Gavril

Elizabeth with Ivan and Gavril

Príncipe Felix Yusupov (Sumarokov-Elston) with his wife Princess Zinaida Yussupova and their children.

Príncipe Felix Yusupov (Sumarokov-Elston) with his wife Princess Zinaida Yussupova and their children.

Grand Duchess Elizabeth M.

Grand Duchess Elizabeth M.

Nicky and Georgie with their sons, and heirs, Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich and Prince Edward of Wales.

Nicky and Georgie with their sons, and heirs, Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich and Prince Edward of Wales.

Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia with his eldest son Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovich

Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia with his eldest son Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovich

Grand Duke Constantine/Konstantin Constantinovich/Konstantinovich "KR" of Russia & Princess Elisabeth "Mavra" of Saxe-Altenburg   {1884}

Grand Duke Constantine/Konstantin Constantinovich/Konstantinovich "KR" of Russia & Princess Elisabeth "Mavra" of Saxe-Altenburg {1884}

Princess Tatiana Constantinovna of Russia (23 January 1890–28 August 1979) Daughter of Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia and Elisaveta Mavrikievna, née Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg. In 1911 Tatiana married Prince Constantine Bagration of Mukhrani , a Georgian serving in a Russian Imperial Guards regiment. She was the first daughter of the Romanovs to openly marry a Russian subject or non-dynastic prince since the dynasty ascended the throne in 1613.

Princess Tatiana Constantinovna of Russia (23 January 1890–28 August 1979) Daughter of Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia and Elisaveta Mavrikievna, née Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg. In 1911 Tatiana married Prince Constantine Bagration of Mukhrani , a Georgian serving in a Russian Imperial Guards regiment. She was the first daughter of the Romanovs to openly marry a Russian subject or non-dynastic prince since the dynasty ascended the throne in 1613.

In 1883 the Emperor granted to the children born out of wedlock to Konstantin Nikolaevich Romanov (1827-1892)  Russia the name Knyazev & hereditary nobility. But misfortune soon came to Konstantin. Levushka “Lev” Konstantinovich Knyazev (1883–1885) fell ill with scarlet fever. He received a telegram from Anna (1847-1922) that the boy died. 4 days later, the eldest son Izmail “Malle” (Ishmael) Konstantinovich Knyazev (1879–1885) fell ill.  All hoped for a miracle, but again his son died.

In 1883 the Emperor granted to the children born out of wedlock to Konstantin Nikolaevich Romanov (1827-1892) Russia the name Knyazev & hereditary nobility. But misfortune soon came to Konstantin. Levushka “Lev” Konstantinovich Knyazev (1883–1885) fell ill with scarlet fever. He received a telegram from Anna (1847-1922) that the boy died. 4 days later, the eldest son Izmail “Malle” (Ishmael) Konstantinovich Knyazev (1879–1885) fell ill. All hoped for a miracle, but again his son died.

Prince Gabriel Constantinovich

Prince Gabriel Constantinovich

https://flic.kr/p/tU3u1h | TT II HH THE GRAND DUKE AND DUCHESS KONSTANTIN KONSTANTINOVICH AND ELIZABETH MAVRIKIEVNA

https://flic.kr/p/tU3u1h | TT II HH THE GRAND DUKE AND DUCHESS KONSTANTIN KONSTANTINOVICH AND ELIZABETH MAVRIKIEVNA

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