Prince Nikita Romanov
|Prince Nikita Nikitich|
|Spouse||Jane Anna Schoenwald|
|Prince Fedor Nikitich|
|Nikita Nikitich Romanov|
|House||House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov|
|Father||Prince Nikita Alexandrovich of Russia|
|Mother||Countess Maria Vorontsova-Dashkova|
13 May 1923|
London, England, United Kingdom
|Died||3 May 2007
New York City, New York, United States
Prince Nikita Nikitich Romanov (13 May 1923 – 3 May 2007) was a British born, American historian and writer, author of a book about Ivan the Terrible. He was a member of the Romanov family, a son of Prince Nikita Alexandrovich of Russia and a great nephew of Nicholas II of Russia, the last Tsar.
 Russian prince
He was born in London the son of Prince Nikita Alexandrovich of Russia and his wife Countess Mariya Ilarianovna Vorontzova-Daschkova. Prince Nikita was a grandson of Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna and Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia and a great nephew of the last Russian Emperor, Nicholas II. He had one younger brother Prince Alexander Nikitich and together they spent their early years in Britain.
After serving in the British Army, Prince Nikita moved to the U.S. He attended the University of California, Berkeley where he obtained a Master of Arts in History. He later taught History at San Francisco State University. In 1975 Prince Nikita co-authored the book Ivan the Terrible with Pierre Stephen Robert Payne.
Prince Nikita was married to Jane Anna Schoenwald on 14 July 1961 in London and they had one son.
- Prince Fedor Nikitich Romanoff (1974–2007), a vegan who studied classical, Egyptian and ancient languages at Columbia and Brown universities, where he received a master's degree with honors. He committed suicide jumping from a window in Pompano Beach, Florida on 25 August 2007.
 Title and styles
- His Highness Prince Nikita Nikitich of Russia
N.B. After the Russian revolution members of the Imperial family tended to drop the territorial designation “of Russia” and use the princely title with the surname Romanov. However this title, and even his right to the surname Romanov were disputed by some.
|Ancestors of Prince Nikita Romanov|
- Darryl, Lundy. "Nikita Nikitich Romanov, Prince Romanov". The Peerage. Retrieved 2008-01-28.
- "Paid Notice: Deaths Romanov, H.I.H.". New York Times. 2007-05-06. Retrieved 2008-01-28.
- Friedman, Emily (2007-09-26). "Russian Heir, 32, Mysteriously Commits Suicide". ABC. Retrieved 2008-01-28.
- Almanach de Gotha (186th ed.). 2003. p. 314. ISBN 0-9532142-4-9.
- "Dynastic Succession". imperialhouse.ru. Retrieved 26 July 2009.