Alexandra, the last Tsarina of Russia is well-known for her close relationship with the holy peasant Rasputin which helped bring about the fall of the Romanov dynasty. But a new exhibition at the National Museums of Scotland reveals a side of her that is little-known to most people.
She was a devoted wife, a loving mother who nursed her own children and even trained as a nurse during the First World War.
Maureen Barry, exhibition officer talks about the last Tsarina.
Nicholas and Alexandra, the last Tsar and Tsarina
14 July - 30 October
Royal Museum, Edinburgh