Her Imperial Highness Grand Duchess Maria of Russia - Head of the Russian Imperial House
Imperial, Royal and Grand Ducal House ruled over the Russian Empire, Poland and Finland up to 1917 as Sovereigns. Dethroned 1917 before the end of WWI by result of the republican revolution 1917 in Russia.
One of the most important Eurasian Highest Aristocratic Houses. In close family relationship as kinsman with presently ruling Royal Houses of Denmark, Norway and the UK.
This is the only branch of the House of Romanov descendent directly from the Emperor Alexander II of the All-Russians, therefore is the major one in the Russian Imperial Line of Secession (because all legal descendents of Emperors Nicolas II and Alexander III was killed during the October Revolution 1917 in Russia).
Grand Duchess Maria is the great-great-granddaughter of Emperor Alexander II of the All-Russians. She is also descendent by the female line of her grandfather from the Queen Victoria of the UK, and Grand Duchess Maria as such great-great-granddaughter of the Queen Victoria of the UK.
Grand Duchess Maria is the Supreme Head of the Dynastic Orders of this Imperial and Royal House.
Bright representative of the brilliant aristocracy of the Eurasia.
Romanovs are Rurikids (descendants of the Rurik), therefore more than 1300 years of Royal blood.