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  1. Her father was the son of Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia, who belonged to a cadet branch of the Romanovs, and his wife Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna, Tsar Nicholas II's sister. Olga Andreevna uses the English version of her family name, preferring 'Romanoff' to 'Romanova', the feminine form of her name in Russian.

  2. Xenia Onatopp es la femme fatale en GoldenEye (1995). Hay varios arquetipos diferentes para definir a una Chica Bond: [6] Mujeres que prestan su ayuda a Bond. Mujeres femme fatale; que invariablemente crean un atentado contra la vida de Bond; Mujeres expiatorias; socias femeninas de Bond que suelen terminar sin vida.

  3. Following the discovery of the remains of Emperor Nicholas II and most of his immediate family in 1991, Maria Vladimirovna wrote to President Boris Yeltsin regarding the burial of the remains, saying of her Romanov cousins, whom she does not recognise as members of the Imperial House (including the grandchildren of Nicholas II's sister Grand Duchess Xenia), that they "do not have the slightest ...

  4. Nikolái Aleksándrovich, luego Nicolás II (1868-1918), emperador de Rusia, casado con Alix (Alejandra Fiódorovna Románova), princesa de Hesse (1872-1918). Alejandro Aleksándrovich (1869-1870), fallecido en la infancia. Jorge Aleksándrovich (1871-1899), gran duque heredero de 1894 a 1899.