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  1. El príncipe Félix Yusúpov era heredero de una de las familias más ricas del Imperio ruso y de Europa. La princesa Irina Aleksándrovna de Rusia, era hija del gran duque Alejandro Mijáilovich y de la gran duquesa Xenia Aleksándrovna, quien era la hija mayor del zar Alejandro III de Rusia y hermana del zar Nicolás II de Rusia .

  2. Princess Irina Alexandrovna of Russia Countess Irina Felixovna Sheremeteva (née Princess Yusupova ; Russian : Графиня Ирина Феликсовна Шереметева née Княгиня Юсупова ; 21 March 1915, Petrograd , Russian Empire – 30 August 1983), [1] known affectionately as Bébé , was a Russian aristocrat and the only daughter of Prince Felix Yusupov and Princess Irina of Russia .

    • Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Sheremetev
    • Yusupov
  3. La princesa Irina Félixovna Yusúpova [1] fue la única hija del príncipe ruso Félix Félixovich Yusúpov y la princesa Irina Aleksándrovna de Rusia. La princesa Irina Félixovna Yusúpova [1] fue la única hija del príncipe ruso Félix Félixovich Yusúpov y la princesa Irina Aleksándrovna de Rusia.

    • Early Life
    • World War I
    • Killing of Rasputin
    • Exile
    • Descendants

    Before her marriage on 22 February [O.S.9 February] 1914, Irina, the eldest child and only daughter in a family of seven children, was considered one of the most elegant women in Imperial Russia. Her family had spent long periods living in the south of France beginning in about 1906 because of her father's political disagreements with the Tsar. Her...

    The Yusupovs were on their honeymoon in Europe and the Middle East when World War I broke out. They were briefly detained in Berlin after the outbreak of hostilities. Irina asked her first cousin, Crown Princess Cecilie of Prussia to intervene with her father-in-law, Kaiser Wilhelm II, who refused to permit them to leave, but offered them a choice ...

    Both Felix and Irina were aware of salacious rumors regarding Rasputin and his association with the worsening political situation that brought rioting, protests and violence. Yusupov and his co-conspirators, Vladimir Purishkevich and Dmitri Pavlovich, decided that Rasputin was destroying the country and must be killed. Felix started paying visits t...

    Following the abdication of the Tsar, the Yusupovs returned to the Moika Palace before going to Crimea. They later returned to the Palace to retrieve jewellery and two paintings by Rembrandt, the sale proceeds of which helped sustain the family in exile. In Crimea, the family boarded a British warship, HMS Marlborough, which took them from Yalta to...

    Descendants of Felix and Irina are: 1. Princess Irina Felixovna Yusupova, (21 March 1915, Saint Petersburg, Russia – 30 August 1983, Cormeilles-en-Parisis, France), married Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Sheremetev (28 October 1904, Moscow, Russia – 5 February 1979, Paris, France), son of Count Dmitry Sergeevich Sheremetev and wife Countess Irina Ilario...

    • Familia
    • títulos, Tratamientos Y Distinciones Honoríficas
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    Era la única hija del Gran Duque Alejandro Mijáilovich «Sandro» y de la Gran Duquesa Xenia Aleksándrovna; también era sobrina carnal del último zar, Nicolás II de Rusia por parte de su madre, y por parte de su padre descendiente del zar Nicolás I de Rusia. Después de una infancia tranquila, el 22 de febrero de 1914, contrajo matrimonio con el prínc...

    Títulos y tratamientos

    1. 15 de julio de 1895-22 de febrero de 1914: Su Altezala princesa Irina Aleksándrovna de Rusia. 2. 22 de febrero de 1914-26 de febrero de 1970: Su Altezala princesa Irina Aleksándrovna Yusúpova, condesa Sumarókova-Elston.

    Distinciones honoríficas

    1. Dama gran cruz de la Orden de Santa Catalina ( Imperio ruso).

    Nicolas II de Russie de Henri Troyat
    Alexander Bokhanov, Dr. Manfred Knodt, Vladimir Oustimenko, Zinaida Peregudova, Lyubov Tyutyunnik, editors, Lyudmila Xenofontova, translator, The Romanovs: Love, Power, and Tragedy, Leppi Publicati...
    Greg King, The Man Who Killed Rasputin, Carol Publishing Group, 1995, ISBN 0-8065-1971-1
    • 26 de febrero de 1970 (74 años), París, Francia
    • Irina Aleksándrovna Románova (en ruso: Ирина Александровна Романова)
  4. 12 de feb. de 2021 · Irina Yusupova in an advert for Irfe perfume. The rise of the Irfe fashion house was incredibly fast. After the debut show at the Ritz, Parisian magazines exploded with rave reviews: the original designs and refined style of the outfits perfectly matched the fashion of the 1920s, and the aristocratic models drove the audience crazy with their grace and sophistication.

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