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Were there ever any twins in the in the family?

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Vecchiolarry:
Hi,

Also, weren't there twin girls born to Grand Duchess Vera Constantinovna, who married into the Wurtemburg family?
I seem to recall that they were named Elsa and Olga and lived to adulthood.  There's a picture of them with others at Nicholas II's coronation.

But, would this count as being members of the Russian Imperial Family???

Larry

Romanov_fan:
What is kind of interesting is that there were nit more twins in the family, as it was a large dynasty, especially towards the end. I think that is a rather intriguing. As for those girls you mentioned, they would most likely be considered members of the Wurtemburg family.

rosieposie:
Does anyone have photos of these twins?? That would be appreciated.  :D

Gretchen:
There are several pictures of Nadeshda but no of Sofia as she only lived for some hours.

Svetabel:
Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna-elder had a miscarriage in 1889 -- twins..Grand Duchess Elizaveta Fedorovna wrote about this fact to Empress Maria Fedorovna,

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