Princess Nina Georgievna of Russia, (Russian: Нина Георгиевна) (20 June 1901 – 27 February 1974), was the eldest daughter of Grand Duke George Mikhailovich and Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia. A great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, she left her native country in 1914, before World War I. She married Prince Paul Chavchavadze and spent the rest of her life in exile, first in England and from 1927 in the United States.
Princess Nina was born in Mikhailovskoe, the Palace of her paternal grand father Grand Duke Michael Nicolaievich of Russia. Through her father, she was a member of the Romanov family, and princess of the Imperial blood as a great grand daughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. Nina's mother was a princess of Greece and Denmark. On her maternal side, Nina was a great grand daughter of king Christian IX of Denmark and related to members of many European royal families.
Princess Nina spent the first years of her life in apartments at the Mikhailovsky palace outside St Petersburg, the residence of her paternal grandfather Grand Duke Michael Nicolaievich of Russia. In 1905, the family moved to a newly built small palace in the Crimea.