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  1. Nadejda Mijáilovna Románova, condesa de Torby (Cannes, 28 de marzo de 1896-ibidem, 22 de enero de 1963), después Nadejda Mountbatten, marquesa de Milford Haven, fue la segunda hija del matrimonio morganático del gran duque Miguel Mijáilovich Románov de Rusia y la condesa Sofía de Merenberg, y hermana menor de Anastasia de Torby.

  2. Nadejda Mikhailovna Mountbatten, Marchioness of Milford Haven (née Countess Nadejda Mikhailovna de Torby, until 1917 Princess George of Battenberg; 28 March 1896 – 22 January 1963), was a member of the Russian imperial family who married a German prince but became a British subject and aristocrat.

  3. Nadejda Mijáilovna Románova, condesa de Torby , después Nadejda Mountbatten, marquesa de Milford Haven, fue la segunda hija del matrimonio morganático del gran duque Miguel Mijáilovich Románov de Rusia y la condesa Sofía de Merenberg, y hermana menor de Anastasia de Torby.[1]

  4. Nadejda Mijáilovna Románova, condesa de Torby dempués Nadejda Mountbatten, marquesa de Milford Haven (28 de marzu de 1896, Cannes – 22 de xineru de 1963, Cannes) foi la segunda fía del matrimoniu morganáticu del gran duque Miguel Mijáilovich Románov de Rusia y la condesa Sofía de Merenberg, y hermana menor de Anastasia de Torby.

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    She was born at Geneva, Switzerland, the first child of Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau and Russian noblewoman Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina. As the marriage of her parents was considered morganatic, she was ineligible to bear her father's title or rank. Her paternal grandparents were William, Duke of Nassau and Princess Pauline of Württemberg. H...

    She married morganatically, on 26 February 1891, Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia, grandson of Nicholas I of Russia, in secret at Sanremo, Italy. Michael and Sophie were related, as her father Prince Nikolaus was Grand Duke's third cousin. They had met in Nice and instantly fell in love. When his mother heard of the secret marriage to a br...

    She and her husband lived at Kenwood House in Hampstead, London, prior to World War I. However, the Russian Revolution reduced the Grand Duke's finances. Despite their reduced circumstances, they were friends of King George V and Queen Mary, and they continued to attend society events. Sophie died in London on 13 September 1927, aged 59, and was bu...

  5. Arrière-petite-fille du tsar Nicolas Ier de Russie, la comtesse Nadejda de Torby, issue d'un mariage morganatique n'est pas un membre de la Maison Impériale Romanov. Ses parents ont du s'exiler et sont persona non grata en Russie. Ils se sont installés au Royaume-Uni où ils bénéficient d'une certaine bienveillance du couple royal.