Prince Ferdinand (Romania), Tsar Nicholas II (Russia) and King Carol I (Romania) Constanta, Romania, June 1914 During what was going to be the last visit abroad for the Russian Imperial Romanov family. Prince Ferdinand - (1865 - 1927) Tsar Nicholas - (1868 - 1918) King Carol - (1839 - October 1914)
The Queen Who Worked at Macy's
Most princess stories involve finding Prince Charming and living happily ever after as king and queen of the castle. They don't typically include a part about the princess working at Macy's department store, but that's what makes this princess story so great... Anne Antoinette Françoise Charlotte
HM Queen Anne de Romania, Pss de Bourbon-Parme
www[dot]blouseroumaine[dot]com/orderthebook_p1[dot]html The Queen of Romania is a descendant of the prince of Moldavia (Jeremy Movila) via Maria Leczynska Queen of Louis XV of France and through their descendants to the Bourbob-Parme branch of the French and Danish Royal Families. Prince Ieremia Movila was a great patron of the arts and founder of the painted convents of Bucovina. During his reign the principality of Moldavia experienced a renaissance of its decorative arts, especially the…
George Peter Healy - Portretul Principelui Carol I (1874)
Carol I, King of Romania (1839-1914) portrait by George P. A. Healey, American artist In 1874 the Paris-educated American artist Painter George Healey made several portraits of the Romanian Princely family of Hohenzollern - Princess Elsabeth of Wied (Carmen Sylva), Princess Consort of Carol I of Hohenzollern with her daughter and that of Prince Carol himself (seen above). Both of these portraits are in the collection of the National History Museum of Bucharest. Prince Carol I (later to…
King Carol II of Romania with his undisputedly legitimate son and heir, Prince Michael. Michael is wearing the short pants that Carol is said to have insisted he wear. When Princess Helen allowed Michael to wear long pants on a visit with her Carol is said to have been furious.