Russian Royalty. The daughter of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsaritsa Alexandra, she was a "difficult" girl, arguing with her mother and often locking herself up in her room during her last years of her life, crying, not knowing what to do. She was a budding poet, and enjoyed reading; her favorite book was, ironically, "Les Miserables". She is buried with two of her sisters (Tatiana or Maria and Anastasia) in the Fortress of Sts. Peter and Paul, St. Petersburg, Russia. The royal family has since been sainted by The Russian Synod Abroad as well as The Moscow Patriarchate.