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HRH Princess Ana of Georgia

Princess Ana (or Anna) is the eldest child of the Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski, and his wife, Leila, scion of noble Kipiani family. Ana has one younger sister, Princess Maia Bagrationi-Gruzinski, born in 1978.

As a student, Princess Ana attended Tbilisi State University.

Princess Ana has shown an interest in the socio-economic issues affecting vulnerable segments of the Georgian population. Working with Heifer International and other local NGOs, she is seeking to ameliorate the living conditions of internally displaced persons, especially those affected by the Russo-Georgian War. The humanitarian efforts of Princess Ana have met with cooperation from members of the governments of Georgia and the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia

Honors

Dynastic honors

Georgia (country) House of Bagrationi: Grand Master Mandilosani (Dame) Grand Cross of the Royal Order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom

Grand Master of the Royal Order of Saint Queen Ketevan the Martyr.

Foreign honors

Kingdom of Rwanda Rwandan Royal Family: Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Order of the Crown
Sweden: Grand Commander of the Social Order of the Amaranth.


Progeny

HRH Princess Irine (Irene) of Georgia

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Princess Irine is the first-born daughter of HRH hereditary Princess Anna of Georgia.

​HRH Princess Mariam of Georgia

Princess Mariam of Georgia is the second daughter of HRH hereditary Princess Anna of Georgia.

HRH Prince Giorgi of Georgia

Prince Giorgi is the son of HRH hereditary Princess Anna of Georgia.

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