Nikola Petrović Njegoš, architect from Paris, is a direct descendant of the Petrovic Njegos Dynasty.
As the Crown Prince, he was invited to return to Montenegro in 1989, when the mortal remains of King Nikola, Queen Milena and their daughters who died in exile were returned to Montenegro.
Upon returning to Montenegro, he engaged in various activities. He established the Cetinje Biennial in the period of conflicts in former Yugoslavia and advocated for peace and promotion of culture.
His children, Boris (graphic designer) and Altinaï (filmmaker) have expressed the desire to reconnect with the country of their origin by participating in the activities organized and supported by their father in Montenegro since 1989.