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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 8 April 1950London, England, UK
Birth NameOlga Andreievna Romanov

Mini Bio (1)

Her Serene Highness Olga Andreievna Romanoff, Princess of all Russia was born to H.S.H Prince Andrei Alexandrovich Romanov (1897-1981) and Nadine McDougall (1908-2000) on April 1950. She was educated at home by private tutors, with no school friends to mix with. She is the youngest granddaughter of Her Imperial Highness Kseniya Alexandrovna Romanova, Grand Duchess of Imperial Russia, great grand niece of His Imperial Majesty Tsar Nickolas II, Autocratic Emperor of The Russian Empire (murdered with his family in 1918), great granddaughter of H.I.M Tsar Alexander III and H.I.M Empress Marie Feodorovna (known as The Dowager Empress after the death of her husband), mother of Tsar Nickolas II. She is the cousin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and The Commonwealth, and Her Majesty The Queen of Denmark and many other reigning and non-reigning Royal Houses of Europe.

Princess Olga has two brothers and one sister, H.S.H Prince Andrew, H.S.H Prince Mikhail, H.S.H Princess Kseniya. Her brother Prince Andrew is in line to take the Russian throne should the Monarchy and Romanov Dynasty (1613-1917) be restored. When the Princess' mother died in 2000 she took over the family mansion in England, and many extremely valuable Romanov jewels, worth up too £500 million.

The Princess has three children, Fancis-Alexander, Nicholas and Aleksandra.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Dane

Spouse (1)

Thomas Mathew (1 October 1975 - 1988) (divorced) (4 children)

Trivia (1)

Mother of Francis Mathew. Great-niece of Tsar Nicholas II, and Grand Duke Michael. Great-granddaughter of Czar Aleksandr III and Czarina Maria Fyodorovna.

Personal Quotes (1)

I was amazed. I am convinced there is a panther on the loose." - On The "Beast of Balmoral

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