Vladimir Putin ‘Wants’ A Russian Kate Middleton To ‘Revive The Spiritual Power Of Russian People’

Tim Butters

Vladimir Putin has made the unlikely move of expressing "his desire" to reinstate the Russian royal family, leading commentators to suggest that Putin wants a Russian version of Kate Middleton, whose star quality and mass appeal he can exploit for his own Machiavellian means.

As a political pawn, the popularity and people power of Kate Middleton could be very useful to a master chessman like Putin. Obviously, it's extremely unlikely that the Russian president will be able to bend the will of the real Duchess of Cambridge to his own diabolical whim.

So what's a Putin to do? Simple! Reinstate the Russian royal family and hope that one of them will capture the imagination of Russia and the world beyond in the same way Kate Middleton has.

The Express reports that Putin's lawmaker, Vladimir Petrov, has written directly to heirs of the Romanov dynasty, who lorded over Russia for 200 years.

The Romanov's rule came to an end when Tsar Nicholas was forced to abdicate due to years of injustice and the mounting pressures of World War I.

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Searching for a Russian version of Kate Middleton with all the tenacity of Simon Cowell looking for his next cash cow is a surprise move on Putin's part, considering the Bolsheviks, led by Yakov Yurovsky, executed Tsar Nicholas, his wife, and their five children during the Russian revolution of 1918.

Yet, time is a great healer and big bribes can heal big rifts. As such, Putin's right hand man has written to Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna and Prince Dimitri Romanovich, beseeching them to "revive the spiritual power of Russian people" and become symbols of national culture once more.

"Throughout the history of its reign, the Imperial dynasty of the Romanovs was one of the pillars of Russia's sovereignty.

The country now goes through a difficult process of restoring the country's greatness and returning its global influence and members of the Romanov House cannot stay aloof from the processes taking place in Russia now at such an important historical moment.

I am sure that a return of the descendants of the last Russian ruler to the historic homeland will contribute towards smoothing of political contradictions left since the October Revolution, and will become a symbol of the revival of the spiritual power of Russian people. The Royal family descendants might play an important symbolic role in Russian society.

Like in many European countries, Romanovs might become a symbol of preserving traditions and national culture."

The country now goes through a difficult process of restoring the country's greatness and returning its global influence and members of the Romanov House cannot stay aloof from the processes taking place in Russia now at such an important historical moment.

I am sure that a return of the descendants of the last Russian ruler to the historic homeland will contribute towards smoothing of political contradictions left since the October Revolution, and will become a symbol of the revival of the spiritual power of Russian people. The Royal family descendants might play an important symbolic role in Russian society.

Like in many European countries, Romanovs might become a symbol of preserving traditions and national culture."

The letter also states that the old royal family palaces are either empty or being used for the wrong purpose.

Alexander Zakharov, director of Romanov Imperial House in Russia, more than hinted that some members of the dynasty are eager to return to the motherland.

"The Imperial House has repeatedly said that it is ready to come back to Russia for permanent residence, and our representatives spend increasingly more time in Russia and feel eager to move.

Duchess Maria Vladimirovna could have returned any moment as a private citizen, but since she heads the Imperial House and bears responsibility to the ancestors, her return must be decent.

She claims neither real estate rights, nor political powers and privileges, but she wants the Imperial House to be a historical institution and part of the country's historical heritage."

Duchess Maria Vladimirovna could have returned any moment as a private citizen, but since she heads the Imperial House and bears responsibility to the ancestors, her return must be decent.

She claims neither real estate rights, nor political powers and privileges, but she wants the Imperial House to be a historical institution and part of the country's historical heritage."

"Most of the countries pay no respect to Imperial Houses, except for Great Britain and the Netherlands.

People in Russia treat the Romanovs either as victims because they were shot by the Bolsheviks, or as traitors who behaved irresponsibly during the critical years of the monarchy.

Many believe that it was Nicholas II's abdication that provoked civil war."

People in Russia treat the Romanovs either as victims because they were shot by the Bolsheviks, or as traitors who behaved irresponsibly during the critical years of the monarchy.

Many believe that it was Nicholas II's abdication that provoked civil war."

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