King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom around the time of their coronation in 1902.
The four Princesses of Edinburgh: Marie, Victoria Melita, Beatrice, and Alexandra and their brother Prince Alfred: 1887.
Queen Victoria and several of her children after the wedding of the Prince and Princess of Wales: 1863.
The three daughters of Emperor Nicholas I:
Grand Duchess Maria: 1819-1876
Grand Duchess Olga: 1822-1892
Grand Duchess Alexandra: 1825-1844
The Imperial family visiting Denmark: 1903.
Standing in front of Alexandra Feodorovna are Grand Duchess Tatiana, Princess Ella of Hesse, Grand Duchess Olga, Grand Duchess Anastasia (sitting on the wall) and Grand Duchess Maria next to her mother.
I’ve been working on embroidering the Romanov doubled headed eagle for a wall hanging. What do you think so far, would Alix and the girls be pleased?
Notice any similarities?
Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana and Maria, the Tsarevich, and Alexandra Feodorovna in the courtyard at Livadia for Maria’s nameday: 1913.
The Big Three: Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Joseph Stalin in the courtyard at Livadia Palace during the Yalta Conference of 1945.
After Stalin came to power, he adopted Livadia as his summer residence.