Catherine the Great had 4 children they were: Paul 1 Russia,Anna Petrovna,Elizabeth Alexandrovna Alexeeva,and Alexei Grigorievich Bobrinsky
Yes, she had two kids. One girl (Anne) and one boy (Tsar Paul I).
Catherine II of Russia, also known as Catherine the Great, had two children, Paul of Russia and Alexis Bobrinsky. Alexis Bobrinsky was born out of wedlock.
Although she behaved less than honorably both before and during her marriage to King Henry VIII, it is very unlikely that Catherine Howard mothered any children. It was rumored that Henry VIII was impotent during their marriage, and while there was speculation of her being pregnant, there was no actual record of Catherine being with child or giving birth to any children either by the king or by any of her lovers.
Russia was ruled by both Peter the Great and Catherine the Great.
When Catherine the Great died in 1796 her son was crowned Tsar Paul I.
Catherine the great didn't intend to give up no power.
Empress of all the Russias, Catherine the Great reigned from l762-l796.
Catherine Moore Barry had 11 children
Catherine Parr did not have any children with her final husband Henry VIII.
she did not have any children
3 that I know of....Paul, Anna, and Alexis
Not many people know how many children Catherine Parr had. I don't know. She might not have had any.
None, She didnt have any
No, they do not have any children.
yes she had 4
no he did nt
Catherine of Siena never married or had any children.
Catherine II of Russia, also known as Catherine the Great, had two children, Paul of Russia and Alexis Bobrinsky. Alexis Bobrinsky was born out of wedlock. she also had a daughter who died as a baby Grand Duchess Anna Petrovna