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To date, she is the only person to have been buried there who was not being a member of the British Royal Family.In 2013, her remains – along with several other members of the royal family – were returned to Serbia and reinterred in the royal crypt at St. ********** Children of Alexander I Prince Tomislav of Yugoslavia (1928 – 2000) Wikipedia: Prince Tomislav of Yugoslavia Prince Tomislav was the second son of King Alexander I and Queen Maria. Following his father’s assassination in 1934, Tomislav was heir presumptive to the throne until the end of the monarchy in 1945.In recent years, Crown Prince Alexander has arranged for the remains of several of his ancestors and relatives to be repatriated to Serbia and reinterred at Oplenac.Unofficial Royalty: King Peter I of Serbia King Peter I reigned from 1903 until 1921.
Just two years later, King Peter died in Belgrade on August 16, 1921. Known as Zorka, she was born Princess Ljubica of Montenegro on December 23, 1864, the eldest daughter of King Nicholas I of Montenegro and Milena Vukotić.In 1883, he married Princess Zorka of Montenegro, and the couple had five children – Jelena (1884), Milena (1886), Dorde (1887), Alexander (1888) and Andrija (1890).He became King of Serbia in 1803, following the assassination of the reigning King Alexander and his wife.Free hand for Milosevic in hardline rule September 27, 1990: Serbia adopts a new constitution giving President Slobodan Milosevic sweeping powers and formally abolishing the semi-independence once enjoyed by the southern province of Kosovo.Bosnia's freedom born in violence April 7, 1992: Independent Bosnia-Herzegovina is born in violence as Yugoslav fighters strafe strategic targets, ethnic clashes continue, and refugees flee to the relative safety of the Adriatic coast.
Jelena died in Nice on October 16, 1962, and is buried in the Russian Orthodox Cemetery in Nice.