Maria Rasputina, nacido Matryona Grigorievna Rasputina (27 marzo 1898 hasta 27 septiembre 1977), era la hija del místico ruso Grigori Rasputín y su esposa Praskovia Fyodorovna Dubrovina. Sólo su madre y su padre la llamó por el nombre "María". Después de la revolución rusa de 1917, ella escribió varias memorias sobre la vida de su padre, la asociación con el zar Nicolás II y la zarina Alejandra Feodorovna, y asesinato.
Their Royal Highnesses Prince Wilhelm and Princess Maria Pavlovna of Sweden. This was Maria's first husband. She was raised by the Tsarina Alexandra's sister Ella and Ella's husband Sergei. Her brother Dmitry was one of the assassins of Rasputin. Maria and her brother Dmitry escaped the revolution and went on to live in Paris. Dmitry eventually became one of Coco Chanel's lovers.
Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovich, cousin of the Tsar & co-conspirator in the murder of Rasputin. As a direct result of his involvement in the murder, Dmitri Pavlovich was sent to the Persian front, which ultimately saved his life; most of his relatives were executed by the Bolsheviks, including his father & his morganatic half-brother Vladimir Paley, but he himself escaped with British help.He died in 1941 in Switzerland & is buried in Germany next to his sister Maria.