Prince Vsevolod Ivanovich of Russia
Russian princeDied when: 59 years 149 days (712 months)
Star Sign: Capricorn
Prince Vsevolod Ivanovich of Russia (20 January 1914 (N.S.) = 7 January 1914 (O.S.) – 18 June 1973) was a great-great-grandson of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and a nephew of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia.
He was the last male member of the Romanov family born in Imperial Russia.He was a distant cousin and godson of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, as well as second cousin of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent.
During the revolution his father and two uncles were imprisoned and later murdered along with other Romanov relatives in July 1918.
In October 1918 his grandmother fled with the four-year-old Prince Vsevolod to Sweden where he was able be reunited with his mother, Princess Helen of Serbia.
After a time in France and Belgrade they eventually settled in England.Prince Vsevolod was educated at Eton and Oxford.
He spent the rest of his life in exile in Great Britain.In 1939 he married Lady Mary Lygon of Madresfield Court.
They were divorced in 1956.Prince Vsevolod married twice more, but had no children from any of his marriages.At his death, the male line of the Constantinovich branch of the Romanov family died out.