| Ivan Trubetskoy|| Yuriy Trubetskoy|
| 1755, Saint Petersburg, Russia|
Ekaterina Dmitrievna Golicyna
Ivan Trubetskoy, Ekaterina Dmitrievna Golicyna, Yuriy Trubetskoy, Ivan Betskoy
Anastasija Trubetskaya (1700-1755), was a Russian courtier, princess of Moldavia and landgravine of Hesse-Homburg and an honorary member of the Imperial Russian family.
Anastasija Trubetskaya Wikipedia
She was the daughter of Ivan Trubetskoy and Irina Narysjkina and cousin of Nikita Trubetskoy. She was married to Dimitrie Cantemir in 1717, and 1738 to Landgrave Ludwig Gruno of Hesse-Homburg, a German prince in Russian service.
Both during her first and second marriage, she belonged to the leading members of the Russian Imperial court and aristocratic life, and often hosted the monarchs as guests in her home. As married to a foreign royal, she had the rank of foreign princess in the ceremonial court protocol, ranked first after the members of the Imperial family and played a visible and public role in court life. She was also appointed Dame of St Catherine and lady in waiting to Empress Elizabeth. She left for Germany in 1745, and did not return until 1751, after which she became a noted philanthropist.