Joanna "Zizi" Lambrino, 1st wife of King Carol II of Romania, with their son, Mircea. Lambrino was forced to leave Romania after the birth of her son and the 2 settled in Paris. During his reign Carol II recognized Mircea as a prince several times. He was also recognized as a Prince of Hohenzollern by the Princely House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, the House to which the Romanian Royal Family belonged.
This ancient Egyptian statue dates to the 5th dynasty and depicts Sekhemka who was a scribe and court official, with his wife Sitmerit. Northampton Museum sold the Sekhemka statue for £15.76 m at an auction on 10 July 2014 to an anonymous buyer.