Prince Andrew Romanoff

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Prince Andrew Andreievich
Head of the House of Romanov (disputed)
Tenure31 December 2016 – 28 November 2021
PredecessorPrince Dimitri Romanovich
SuccessorPrince Alexis Andreievich
Born(1923-01-21)21 January 1923
Died28 November 2021(2021-11-28) (aged 98)
Inverness, California, US
  • Elena Konstantinovna Durnova
    (m. 1951; div. 1959)
  • Kathleen Norris
    (m. 1961; died 1967)
  • Inez Storer
    (m. 1987)
IssuePrince Alexis Andreievich
Prince Peter Andreievich
Prince Andrew Andreievich
Full name
Andrew Andreievich Romanov
FatherPrince Andrei Alexandrovich of Russia
MotherDonna Elisabetta Sasso-Ruffo, Princess of San-Antimo
ReligionRussian Orthodox Church

Prince Andrew Romanoff (born Andrew Andreievich Romanov; 21 January 1923 – 28 November 2021)[1][2] was a Russian American artist and author. He was a grand-nephew of Russia's last Tsar, Nicholas II. He was a great-great-grandson in the male line of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia and since the death of Prince Dimitri Romanov in 2016, he was the disputed head of the House of Romanov.[3][4]

Romanoff died on November 28, 2021 at an assisted living facility in Inverness, California at the age of 98.[5]

References[change | change source]

  1. Скончался А. А. Романов (1923—2021) / Сайт Российского Императорского Дома, 29.11.2021
  2. "Prince Andrew Romanoff, 1923—2021". 9 December 2021.
  3. The Romanoffs: Who are the modern descendants of the murdered Russian royal family? The Independent
  4. The Romanov Family Tree: Real Descendants and Wannabes History Channel
  5. Liberatore, Paul (14 December 2021). "Andrew Romanoff, Marin's Russian prince, dies at 98". Marin Independent Journal.