Between 1038 and 1046 was given in marriage to András I (Andrew I), King of Hungary. In the Hungarian history she is known under the name of Agmunda. Had two sons: Salamon (Solomon) (ca 1052–1087), King of Hungary in 1063–1074, and David, and a daughter Adelaide (Adelheid), wife of King Vratislav II of Bohemia.
In 1051–1052 took part in the maintenance of the independence of Hungary from the Holy Roman Empire.
In 1060–1063, after the death of her husband and accession to the throne of his brother Béla I, lived with her children in exile in Poland, and later in Germany (Bavaria). In 1063, she returned to Hungary and became the regent for her young son Salamon. In 1074, again in exile together with her son. German sources evidence that in gratitude for the support of her son on the throne by Otto von Northeim, Duke of Bavaria, she presented him with a Hungarian royal relic – the sword of Attila, which allegedly belonged to the ruler of the Huns.
She established Christian Orthodox monasteries in Hungary. It is possible that many monks arrived there together with Anastasia from Rus. By legend, she died in the Admunt (Agmund) Monastery in Austria, near the
Portrait (imaginary) of Anastasia Yaroslavna.
By Yu. Smolsky. Oil on canvas. 90×70. 2008