The Yusupov family : Prince Feliz, Count Felix Felixovich Sumarkov-Elston, Princess Zinaida and Prince Nicholas.
Isabelle, Countess of Paris, with her children Prince Michel and Prince Jacques d’Orlean
"The chief honors of the evening were disputed between Ella (Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna) and Princess Zenaide Yusupov. My heart ached a bit at the sight of these two 'mad devotions' of my early life. I danced every dance with Princess Yusupov, until it came to the famous 'Russkaya.' She did it better than any ballerina, but I limited my participation to hand-clapping and silent admiration." -Grand Duke Alexander in 'Once a Grand Duke'
Lady Patricia Mountbatten, 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma (b. 14 February 1924), eldest child of Lord Louis Mountbatten, Earl of Burma, nee Prince Louis of Battenberg. In 1946 Lady Patricia married John Knatchbull, 7th Baron Brabourne. They had 8 children. Patricia became Countess of Burma upon her father's assassination in 1979. She, her husband, and 14-year-old son Timothy were severely injured in the bomb blast that killed her father. Timothy's twin, Nicholas, was killed.
A rare photo of the second-eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II, Tatiana Nikolaievna Romanov.
Felix and Irina Yusupov. They both survived the revolution. Felix was born into one of the most wealthy and influential families in Russia. He married the niece of the Tsar. Her mother was Xenia Alexandrovich Romanovna. It was Felix who was a principal player in the assassination of Rasputin.