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On April 4, 1866 Tsar Alexander II once again met Catherine ‘Katya’ Dolgorukaya in the Summer Gardens at St Petersburg. The couple had enjoyed chaste daily strolls for months and the tsar, 48, had become smitten by the 19-year-old with ash blonde hair, alabaster skin and a curvaceous figure, who found young men tedious, dreaded marriage and was bored by balls.They had first met eight years earlier when the tsar stayed at her family’s estate.They wrote several times a day and the letters are perhaps the most explicit correspondence ever written by a head of state, using pet names to describe their love-making: ‘Les bingerles’ was sex itself.‘I confess these memories reawaken my rage to plunge inside your delirious coquillage again,’ he would write.‘I’m smiling about it, I’m not ashamed, it’s natural! ‘I enjoyed until delirium,’ wrote the emperor, ‘lying still on the sofa while you moved on me yourself…
Alexander sent her to ‘famous doctors’ who ‘announced to him that the only thing that could save me was to have children’.DISCLAIMER: This page is compiled from Russian Brides Cyber Guide visitor's comments only.All messages posted tell about personal experiences of their authors, and not necessarily reflect the position of Russian Brides Cyber Guide PLEASE NOTE: Photos used in most scams belong to other people.‘This meeting was the best proof that we loved each other,’ Katya wrote later. I would have given everything to dip inside again...‘I decided that my heart belonged to him.’But the teenage virgin did not succumb to the emperor until July that year. I was electrified that your saucy crinoline let me see your legs that only I had ever seen.’He was gripped by Katya’s unexpected capacity for pleasure: ‘We fell on each other like wild cats.’ She, meanwhile, was grateful for his kindness: ‘He conducted himself towards me with the honesty and nobility of a man who loves and esteems a woman like a sacred object.’ Both believed this was, as she put it, ‘a passion inspired by God’.
As they trotted through the Bois de Boulogne, a young man fired twice at Alexander.