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  1. Nadine Sylvia Ada McDougall. Princess Olga Andreevna Romanoff ( Russian: О́льга Андре́евна Рома́нова, romanized : Ólga Andréevna Románova; born 8 April 1950) is a Russian princess and descendant of the House of Romanov. She is the president of the Romanov Family Association .

  2. Olga was disdainful of her cousin Princess Irina of Russia's husband Felix Yussupov, the man who eventually murdered Rasputin in December 1916. Yussupov had taken advantage of a law permitting men who were only sons to avoid military service.

  3. St. Olga, also called Helga or Saint Olga of Kiev, (born c. 890—died 969, Kiev; feast day July 11), princess who was the first recorded female ruler in Russia and the first member of the ruling family of Kiev to adopt Christianity. She was canonized as the first Russian saint of the Orthodox Church and is the patron saint of widows and converts.

  4. 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.

    • Olga Andreievna Romanov
    • April 8, 1950 in London, England, UK
  5. Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia was the youngest child of Emperor Alexander III of Russia and younger sister of Emperor Nicholas II. She was raised at the Gatchina Palace outside Saint Petersburg. Olga's relationship with her mother, Empress Marie, the daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark, was strained and distant from childhood. In contrast, she and her father were close. He died when she was 12, and her brother Nicholas became emperor. In 1901, at 19, she married ...

  6. Olga Konstantínova Románova Olga de Rusia (en ruso: О́льга Константи́новна Рома́нова; San Petersburgo, 3 de septiembre de 1851 Nota 1 - Roma, 18 de junio de 1926) fue una gran princesa de Rusia por nacimiento y, por matrimonio, reina de los helenos —regente entre el 18 de noviembre y el 11 de diciembre de 1920— y princesa de Dinamarca.

  7. › wiki › Olga_of_KievOlga of Kiev - Wikipedia

    Olga was a regent of Kievan Rus' for her son Sviatoslav from 945 until 960. Following her baptism, Olga took the name Elenа. She is known for her subjugation of the Drevlians, a tribe that had killed her husband Igor of Kiev. Even though it would be her grandson Vladimir that would convert the entire nation to Christianity, because of her efforts to spread Christianity through Rus', Olga is venerated as a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church with the epithet "Equal to the ...