One of the least reputable but most famous of those she consulted was Grigori Rasputin, a holy man with no medical qualification.He became very close to the family and has a great deal of undue influence on the family.
Along with her elder sisters (Olga Romanov, Tatiana Romanov and Maria Romanov) and, later, her younger brother Alexei Romanov, she was raised in a rather simple style by her parents, who were not believers in ostentatious displays of the Russian Royal family’s wealth.
Accordingly, Anastasia was a relatively down to earth and energetic young girl, with a zest for life, and was well known for the pranks that she would play on fellow family members and servants.
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On 30 April 1918, Anastasia and her family were moved to Yekaterinburg, in what was to prove their final move.
On 17 July, Princess Anastasia Romanov, her parents, brother, sisters and remaining family staff were ordered to gather in the basement of the house they were being held at, and were executed by Bolshevik forces in a chaotic bloodbath of shooting and fighting.The family initially had hoped that they would be able to go into exile, perhaps to the United Kingdom, as they were quite closely related to the British Royal family.However, the British Government were reluctant to accept Nicholas II and his family, fearing that his arrival could lead to unrest.The Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova was the youngest and most famous of Tsar Nicholas II’s four daughters.Born on 18 June 1901, she was executed along with her family by Bolsheviks on 17 July 1918, aged just 17.Like some of her other siblings (notably Alexei, who suffered from hemophilia), Anastasia’s health was not as good as her parents would have hoped.