Members of the House of Romanov born after the Russian revolution, such as Andrew, tended to use the title Prince, appropriate style and the surname Romanov. As the younger son of a great grandson of a Russian Emperor, formally Andrew was titled His Serene Highness Prince of the Imperial Blood Andrew Andreievich.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, later Philip Mountbatten; 10 June 1921 – 9 April 2021), was the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. As such, he served as the consort of the British monarch from Elizabeth's accession as queen on 6 February 1952 until his death in 2021, making him the longest-serving royal consort in history.
In 1989, after the death of Vasili Alexandrovich, Prince Nicholas was elected the new president of the Romanov Family Association. The Association currently has as members the majority of the male-line descendants of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia , although Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna has never joined, nor did her late father Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich .
Prince Dimitri has served as chairman of the Romanov Fund for Russia since its creation. He was also chairman of the Prince Dimitri Romanov Charity Fund, which he founded in 2006. Romanov Family Association. Dimitri was a member of the Romanov Family Association since 1979, the year of its creation, and served as a committee member.
Prince Michael Andreevich (1920–2008) m. 1 1953 Jill Murphy (1921–2006); they divorced in 1953. m. 2 1954 Shirley Cramond (1916–1983). m. 3 1993 Giulia Crespi (b. 1930). Michael had no children from any of his marriages. Prince Andrew Andreevich (1923–2021) m. 1 1951 Elena Dournovo (1927—1992).
Prince Rostislav was the first Romanov to move back to Russia - in 2009 - where he lived for two years and studied Russian and currently splits his time between United Kingdom and Russia.  The late president of the Romanov Family Association, Prince Nicholas , appointed him the official representative of the Association in Russia.
12/10/2018 · Prince Andrew Romanov. Andrew is the great-great-grandson of Nicholas I, who was emperor of Russia until his death in 1855. He is also the grandson of Duchess Xenia, who fled Russia in 1917 along ...