Michaela von Habsburg
|Michaela von Habsburg|
13 September 1954 |
|Spouse||Eric Teran d'Antin
(m. 1984, div. 1994)
Count Hubertus von Kageneck
(m. 1994, div. 1998)
|Issue||Marc Joan d'Antin
Carla Regina d'Antin
Justin Christopher d'Antin
|House||House of Habsburg-Lorraine|
|Father||Otto von Habsburg|
|Mother||Princess Regina of Saxe-Meiningen|
|Austrian Imperial Family|
Michaela von Habsburg (Michaela Maria Madeleine Kiliana Habsburg-Lothringen) Imperial Princess and Archduchess Michaela of Austria, Royal Princess of Hungary (born 13 September 1954, in Würzburg), is the daughter of Otto von Habsburg and Princess Regina of Saxe-Meiningen. She is the twin sister of Monika von Habsburg.
A rebel among her siblings, she left home at an early age and moved to New York. She has also become an historian and speaker on her royal history. Among comments about her family, she has acknowledged that she never felt comfortable around her grandmother, Empress Zita, saying she had to make an appointment to see her.
Marriage and issue
She married Eric Alba Teran d'Antin (1920–2004) on 14 January 1984 in Antón, Panama. They were divorced in 1994. After her divorce she married Count Hubertus von Kageneck, son of Count Franz Joseph von Kageneck and Princess Elisabeth Maria of Bavaria, on 22 October 1994. They divorced in 1998. She had three children with Eric Teran d'Antin:
- Marc Joan Teran d'Antin (b. 7 May 1984), married in 2012 to Tricia Johnston.
- Carla Regina Teran d'Antin (b. 17 August 1987)
- Justin Christopher Teran d'Antin (b. 10 February 1989)
Titles, styles and honours
- 13 September 1954 – Present: Her Imperial and Royal Highness Archduchess Michaela of Austria
National dynastic honour
- Parmese Ducal Royal Family: Knight Officer of the Parmese Royal Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George
Notes and references
- Royal and noble titles were abolished in Austria and Hungary by the Adelsaufhebungsgesetz of 3 April 1919. The family name of Michaela Habsburg's father was declared to be Habsburg-Lothringen by an Austrian ministerial decision in 1957  and by a German court (Landgericht Würzburg) on 16 July 1958. Otto was, however, at the time de facto stateless, living in Germany with a Spanish diplomatic passport, and was denied both entry to Austria and an Austrian passport. Otto's official name as a German citizen from 1978 was Otto von Habsburg.
- "Von Habsburg Gets Royal Boot". Los Angeles Times. July 2, 1990. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
- Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels, Fürstliche Häuser XVI. "Haus Österreich". C.A. Starke Verlag, 2001, pp. 87-89. ISBN 9783798008243.
- http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/gotha/austria.html, "Austria"