Detail of Tuxen's painting of the marriage of Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna, 26 November 1894. The marriage that began that night remained exceptionally close until the pair was assassinated simultaneously in 1918. It was a Victorian marriage, outwardly serene and proper, but based on intensely passionate physical love.The reason it started
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna is best remembered as the last Tsarina of Russia, as one of the most famous royal carriers of the haemophilia disease, & for her support of autocratic control over the country. Her notorious friendship with the Russian mystic, Rasputin, was also an important factor in her life. She had 5 children: Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna, and Tsarevich Alexei…
Alexandra (13 years of age) at her Aunt Beatrice’s wedding (1885) Cr. timblr
Prinzessin Charlotte von Preußen, nach ihrer Konversion zur russisch-orthodoxen Kirche unter dem Namen Alexandra Feodorowna bekannt
Colorized photo of HIM Tsar Nicholas II with his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna, and sister-in-law Grand Duchess Elisabeth Feodorovna (in her nun habit), accompanied by TIH Grand Duchesses Maria, Anastasia, Olga and Tatiana Nikolaevna around 1915
The Life and Tragedy of Alexandra Feodorovna ~ This book is about the last Empress of Russia, Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nikolay II. It was written by Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden and published in 1928. Sophie was a lady in waiting. This page is the Entry Page. The book is available online, just click. I have founded rare photos in it, as Alix's first ball and so on.
The Life and Tragedy of Alexandra Feodorovna :: New Introduction :: New Introduction
Very informal photo of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia with her youngest daughter,Grand Duchesses Anastasia and Maria Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia.A♥W
Charlotte von Preußen (1798–1860) – Wikipedia
Above: Detail from "The Coronation of Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna," by Laurits Regner Tuxen, 1898, oil on canvas. The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. Below: Empress Alexandra Feodorovna's coronation dress, Russia, 1896. Brocade, silk, silver thread, pearls, lace, silk ribbon. Moscow Kremlin Museums. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.