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|Countess Alexandra Vasilievna|
11 November 1842|
Düsseldorf, Rhine Province, Prussia
|Died||26 August 1899
Wendischbora, German Empire
|Spouse||Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia|
|Father||Vasily Andreyevich Zhukovsky|
Alexandra Vasilievna Zhukovskaya (11 November 1842 in Düsseldorf – 26 August 1899 in Wendischbora, Germany), was a Russian noble and lady in waiting, daughter of Vasily Zhukovsky and Elizabeth Reitern.
In 1870, Alexandra is alleged to have married a very prominent Russian Royal, Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich, the son of Czar Alexander II of Russia. However no proof of such a marriage exists. Even if they were married she would have not been his Grand Duchess as such a marriage did not conform to the laws of the Imperial family.
Titles and Controversy
The Grand Duke tried to get a title for her and her son. However, the Emperor, his father refused. He was however able to secure her a title by the Republic of San Marino. She was made on 24 March 1875 Baroness Seggiano.
The same year, on 14 December 1875 she married Baron Christian-Henrich von Wohrmann in Munich/ Bavaria.This marriage seem to prove that she did not marry the Grand Duke before. No proof of a divorce exists.
- Count Alexei Alexandrovich Belevsky-Zhukovsky (1871–1931), He received the title Count Belesvsky on 21 March 1884 from his uncle, Emperor Alexander III. In 1901 he added his name of his grandfather on his mother's side.