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Betrothal of Tsarevich Nicholas of Russia (to be Tsar Nicholas II) & Princess Alix of Hesse (back row l to r); Prince Henry of Battenberg, Prince Philip of Coburg, Prince Ferdinand of Romania (later King Ferdinand), Prince Henry of Prussia, Grand Duke Paul of Russia, The Duke of Coburg, Tsarevich Nicholas of Russia, William II of Germany & Prussia, Grand Duke Vladimir, Duke of Connaught, Prince Louis of Battenberg, Alexendra of Coburg & The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII). by J…

Members of several European Royal families outside Rosenau Castle during celebrations for the betrothal of Tsarevich Nicholas of Russia (soon to be Tsar Nicholas II) and Princess Alix of Hesse (back row left to right)

Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna Romanova of Russia with her uncle-in-law Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich and her five children, from left to right Grand Duchesses Maria, Anastasia, Tatiana, Tsarevich Alexei and Grnad Duchess Olga.

Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna Romanova of Russia with her uncle-in-law Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich and her five children, from left to right Grand Duchesses Maria, Anastasia, Tatiana, Tsarevich Alexei and Grand Duchess Olga.

1903, photograph taken after the marriage of Princess Alice to Prince Andrew of Greece of Grand Duke Ernest Louis of Hesse and by Rhine with 4 of his sisters and their husband. From l to r: Ernest, Alexandra and Nicholas of Russia, Irene and Henry, Elisabeth and Sergei, and Victoria and Louis of Battenburg.

Five Hessian siblings, from left: Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine…

Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia ,Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia and Tsarevich Alexei

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov with his father Tsar Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) Russia & his mother Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (Princess Alix of Hesse) in at their Palace in Livadia near the Black Sea.

mperial family of Russia visiting royalfamily of Romania, summer 1914.    The back row from the left: King Carol I., Grand Duchess Anastasia, Princess Maria "Mignon", Prince Carol, Princess Ileana, Crown Prince Ferdinand, Queen Carmen Sylva    Sitting: Grand Duchess Maria, Empress Alexandra, Grand Duchess Tatiana, Crown Princess Maria "Missy", Tsar Nicholas II., Prince Mircea, Grand Duchess Olga.    On the ground Tsarevich Alexei and Prince Nicolae.

Imperial family of Russia visiting royalfamily of Romania, summer The back row from the left: King Carol I. Two royal families

Nicholas II & Alexandra...' Love, however low it may speak, speaks yet distinctly to the heart, love’s accent is a voice from the light of heaven, love is earnest and joyous, forbearing and vigorous. Death cannot shatter love. Love’s silence is beautiful and sweeter often than words, what love unites, no fate can separate, love will one day unite all the loving ones. ’ Alexandra’s entry in Nicholas II’s diary, November 5, 1894.

teatimeatwinterpalace: “Nicholas II & Empress Alexandra Feodorovna “ ' Love, however low it may speak, speaks yet distinctly to the heart, love’s accent is a voice from the light of heaven, love is.

Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany with his wife Crown Princess Cecilie (nee Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin).  Through her mother, Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna, Cecilie was a 2nd cousin of Czar Nicholas II.  Kaiser Wilhelm chose Cecilie as a bride for his son in hopes of curing his womanizing.  It didn't work.

Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany with his wife Crown Princess Cecilie (née Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin) // Early dress

The Romanovs: Emperor Nicholas II of Russia, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and their daughters, 1901

The Russian Imperial family. Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra and their daughters Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia

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