Sister of the Tsar who escaped Russia and lived on - Olga Romanov (daughter of Tsar Alexander III and wife Marie) She married at the age of 19 in 1901 Duke Peter Alexandrovich of Oldenburg. It was an unhappy marriage. Three years later she was introduced to Colonel Nikolai Alexandrovich Kulikovsky and an open love affair began. She asked for a divorce and her brother, the Tsar, said it would be granted in seven years. She died 24 November 1960 in Toronto, Canada.
Princess Irina Pavlovna Paley-Romanov and Prince Fyodor Alexandrovich Romanov of Russia, married in London in 1923, the bride and the groom were cousins, in the picture Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia, his wife the sister of Nicholas II, Grand Duchess Xenia of Russia, Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich of Russia half brother of Irina, and princess Olga Paley her mother.
Her Imperial Highness Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna of Russia, born in 1839 to Grand Duke Leopold of Baden and Princess Sophie of Sweden. Sh was titled Her Grand Ducal Highness Princess Cecilie Auguste of Baden. She married Grand Duke Mikhail Nikolaievich, the youngest son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. At her marriage she converted to the Orthodox religion and took the name Olga Feodorovna. She died in 1891.
Nicholas & George : They were the closest of siblings. George was a notorious prankster and loved to tell jokes. When they were children, whenever George said something funny, Nicholas would write it down on a slip of paper and save it in a little box. When he was Emperor, after his brother's death, he would sometimes take out the little box and could be heard roaring with laughter at his brother’s old jokes. Losing a brother is incredibly difficult, especially if he is your best friend.