Scandalous descendant of the Romanovs announced the birth of their first child
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Although the Grand Duke Georgy Romanov is the great-grandson of Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich, he was deprived of the right to the throne by Nicholas II and other Romanovs do not recognize him.
Grand Duke Georgy Romanov and his wife Victoria announced the birth of their first child and showed a photo of baby Alexander taken in their luxurious home near Moscow. The Daily Mail writes about this.
A year ago, George and Victoria, nee Rebecca Bettarini, arranged a luxurious wedding in St. Isaac's Cathedral in St. Petersburg.
It is known that Prince Alexander was born on 21 October, but his photo has not yet been shown.
It is noteworthy, but even though George calls himself a prince, as well as the heir to the head of the Russian Imperial House. Other Romanovs do not recognize him and do not consider him the head of the imperial house.
It's all about his great-grandfather, Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich. He was deprived of his right to the throne personally by Nicholas II, his cousin, after he married a divorced cousin. In addition, Kirill Vladimirovich independently renounced his rights to the throne during the days of the February Revolution, when on March 1, 1917 he swore allegiance to the revolutionary authorities. Already in exile, he declared himself emperor.
Grandfather of Prince George was associated with the Franco regime, so the organization “Association of Members of the Romanov Family”, which unites most of the descendants of the imperial family, does not recognize the scandalous Prince George and his mother, Maria Romanova, as well as their “Russian Imperial House”.
Besides, Prince George and his mother supported the annexation of Crimea. Previously, he lived in Europe, but now he and his wife have moved to Moscow. What he reported on social networks.
He graduated from Oxford, having lived most of his life in France, met Rebecca Bettarini, the daughter of a diplomat, in Brussels, where she worked in the European Parliament.
Bettarini converted to Orthodoxy last year and changed her name to Victoria Romanovna.
Before moving to Russia three years ago, Romanov also worked for Russian mining giant Norilsk Nickel.
Prince Georgy Romanov recently stated that, in his opinion, European and Russian royalty can help Moscow and the West mend relations. “I think we can be goodwill ambassadors,” he said.