Xenia Borisovna Godunova was a Russian Tsarevna, daughter of Tsar Boris Godunov, and sister of Tsar Feodor II of Russia. She was described as beautiful and well educated. Among her fiancés were, Prince Gustav of Sweden, who arrived in Moscow in 1600, john, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein, arrived in 1602, but fell ill and died before the marriage. Xenia remained a maiden until her fathers death in 1605, when her brother Feodor become a Tsar, some months later, when the Time of Troubles started, her mother and her brother, Feodor, were killed by order of False Dmitriy I. She was spared, but False Dmitriy raped her and kept her in his palace as a concubine lasting five months. Before the arrival of his bride Marina Mniszech, Xenia was sent to the Voskresensky Monastery in Beloozero and forced to take monastic vows, subsequently, she was transferred to the Assumption Princess Monastery in Vladimir. In 1606 she sojourned to the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius to attend the reburial of her father and her name is inscribed as the Nun Olga Borisovna at the crypt of the Godunovs near the entrance of the Assumption Cathedral at Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra where she is buried with her parents and brother, a fictionalized dramatization of her life during the time of troubles appeared in the Russian film 1612, where Princess Xenia was played by actress Violetta Davydovskaya
K.Makovski. False Dmitry's agents murdering Feodor Godunov and his mother. Ksenia is above her mother's body.
Godunov Mausoleum in front of the Cathedral of the Assumption at the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius where Xenia's name is inscribed on the leftmost plaque as "the Nun Olga Borisovna".