Princess Anna Alexandrovna Galitzin
Anna Alexandrovna Galitzin was the daughter of the Czarevitch of Georgia, Prince Alexander Bakarovitch Grouzinsky and his wife, Princess Daria Alexandrovna Menchikoff.
In 1790 she and Prince Boris Andreivitch Galitzin were wed. Each partner brought to the marriage a considerable wealth - at the time the Prince could claim ownership of 12,000 serfs and their combined fortunes placed them among the most opulent members of Russia's aristocracy.
"Princess Boris" was thus easily able to indulge in the luxury of having her likeness painted by the famous Frenchwoman, Mme Le Brun.
Princess Galitzin gained considerable notoriety from her salon. In 1798 her husband was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General, but under Paul I he fell from favor. In 1800 he retired with his familiy to his lands at Sima in the province of Vladimir. The couple had eight children, three sons and five daughters.
Sedona Phaedra Galitzin
Annya lives with a wonderful family, the Harrisons in Pennsylvania.
Her mom Lisa Harrison is quite the photographer and
continues to supply me with wonderful
photos of her adventures there.
Annya is living the life she deserves as a
beautifully spoiled Russian Princess!
Take a look at her gallery - she is growing up into such a stunning girl!
She even has her own facebook page - Annya Pavlova Harrison