| Aurora Demidova|
| June 28, 1904, Turin, Italy|
Prince Arsen of Yugoslavia (m. 1892–1896)
Pavel Pavlovich Demidov, 2nd Prince of San Donato
Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia, Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, Prince Nikola of Yugoslavia
Aurora Karamzina, Prince Arsen of Yugoslavia, Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, Princess Elizabeth of Yugosl, Princess Olga of Greece a
Prince Paul of Yugoslavia
Aurora Pavlovna Demidova Wikipedia
Princess and Countess Aurora Pavlovna Demidova (2/3 November 1873 in Kiev – 28 June (OS: 16 June) 1904 in Turin) was a Russian noblewoman of the Demidov family. She was the daughter of Pavel Pavlovich Demidov, 2nd Prince of San Donato, and his second wife, Princess Elena Petrovna Troubetzkaya. Her father was the son of the Swedish-Finnish philanthropist Aurora Karamzin and her Russian husband, Pavel Nikolaievich Demidov.
She married Arsen Karađorđević, Prince of Serbia, in Saint Petersburg on 1 May 1892. They had a son, Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, who later became the Regent of Yugoslavia. She and Arsen divorced in 1896 and she remarried to Count Nicola di Noghera (Eboli, 15 June 1875 - Genoa) on 4 November 1897, with whom she had one daughter, Helena Aurora di Noghera (22 May 1898 - 12 October 1967).