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Lady Myra Butter, a close friend of Queen Elizabeth, died at the age of 97, and many people are interested in knowing about her family tree.
Lady Butter was well known for her close friendship with the late Prince Philip, the Queen’s husband.
She is credited with creating the Pushkin award, which honors literary talent, in memory of her ancestor Pushkin. According to her obituary, she died “peacefully” in London on Friday.
“Lady Butter was a daughter of Sir Harold and Lady Zia Wernher, and a granddaughter of Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia and Countess de Torby,” stated Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty Magazine, on Twitter.
Lady Myra Butter Family Tree
Lady Myra Butter was married to Major Sir David Butter. The couple wed on November 5, 1946, and was together for more than 64 years.
Her husband passed away on May 29, 2010, and he was frequently referred to as Lord-Lieutenant of Perthshire.
Myra used to go by the name Myra Alice Wernher before marrying David. After their blissful marriage, she was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.
David and Lady Myra had five children: Marilyn Davina Butter, Rohays Georgina Butter, Sandra Elizabeth Zia Butter, Georgina Marguerite Butter, and Charles Harold Alexander Butter.
Speaking of her family, her parents are Anastasia Mikhailovna de Torby and Major General Sir Harold Augustus Wernher.
She was known in her industry as a philanthropist. Myra is a trustee for the Butter Charity Trust and a member of the Russian Royal Family.
Myra Butter Net Worth At The Time Of Death
Lady Myra Butter’s earnings were kept hidden by her, which makes it challenging to assume her net worth at the time of death.
According to metro.co.uk, Myra’s friend Queen Elizabeth is not the wealthiest individual in the United Kingdom, despite holding the position of monarch.
Queen is far from it but is still incredibly affluent, with the Sunday Times Rich List estimating her net worth to be £370 million as of May 2022, including the Sovereign Grant income.
Lady Myra Butter Friendship With Queen Elizabeth
Lady Myra Butter, a good childhood friend who passed away last week, is thought to be mourned by Queen Elizabeth.
In an interview with The Telegraph in 2021, she talked about how she first met the Queen and said, “[Buckingham Palace] They got hold of some girls to be part of the thing to make it more fun.”
Myra, a direct ancestor of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and poet Pushkin, died on Friday at 97. According to the death notice, she died “peacefully” in London.
She was one of the kids enlisted by Buckingham Palace to participate with the Princess in youthful pursuits like swimming and girl leading, and she quickly forged a strong bond with the Queen.
She had already lauded the monarch for possessing a “very wonderful sense of humor” that had lasted her entire life.
Lady Butter made headlines earlier this year when she returned a Pushkin medal that the Russian government had given her on President Putin’s personal instruction.