Eduard Habsburg, Hungary’s man at the Vatican, talks Pope Francis, cheesesteak, and family secrets

Catholic News Agency, Zelda Caldwell:

The archduke of Austria, Eduard Habsburg, who serves as Hungary’s ambassador to the Vatican, stopped in Washington, D.C., last week to talk about his new book about his famous family that he says he wrote especially for American readers.

Habsburg (his publicist referred to the 56-year-old diplomat as “His Imperial Majesty” when arranging an interview) comes from a line that includes several Holy Roman Emperors as well as Catholic kings and queens of Germany, Italy, Spain, and Austria, who ruled almost continuously from the 13th century until the start of World War I. Report is here.