Natalia Pavlovna Paley
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Natalia Pavlovna Paley

Princess + Actress + Countess
Female
Born Dec 5, 1905
Hometown Paris, France
Died Dec 27, 1981
Death Place New York

Princess Natalia Pavlovna Paley, Countess de Hohenfelsen (December 5, 1905 – December 27, 1981) was a member of the Romanov family. A daughter of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia, she was a first cousin of the last Russian emperor, Nicholas II. After the Russian revolution she emigrated first to France and later to the United States. She became a fashion model, socialite, vendeuse, and briefly pursued a career as a film actress.… Read More

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Natalia Pavlovna Paley
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CHILDHOOD

They settled in Paris and bought a house in Boulogne-sur-Seine that previously belonged to Princess Zenaide Ivanovna Youssoupoff. It was there that Natalia was born in 1905, completing their family. … Read More
1916 10 Years Old During the war, Natalias’s brother, Prince Vladimir Paley, joined a regiment. Though he was in poor health, Natalia's father, Grand Duke Paul, ignoring his doctor's advice, left to take command of a Guards regiment in 1916. … Read More

TEENAGE

1917 11 Years Old As Tsar Nicholas and his family were sent to internal exile to Siberia, Natalia and her family remained living in their palace under increasingly deteriorating conditions after the Bolsheviks rise to power in October 1917. … Read More
1919 13 Years Old …  Grand Duke Paul was killed in January 1919, and tossed into a heap along with the bodies of other victims. … Read More
1920 14 Years Old Once in exile, Princess Paley and her daughters moved to Sweden, where they stayed until the spring of 1920. … Read More
1923 17 Years Old The sisters came back to Paris, where Irene married Prince Feodor Alexandrovich of Russia, a nephew of Tsar Nicholas II, on May 31, 1923. … Read More

TWENTIES

Shortly after he had divorced his wife, he asked her to marry him in 1927. … Read More
1932 26 Years Old Princess Natalia ended her affair with Cocteau in the fall of 1932. … Read More
1933 27 Years Old In the spring of 1933 she began to pursue a film career. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1981 76 Years Old Died on December 27, 1981.
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