Zita of Parma-Bourbon was last empress of Austria-Hungarian emperor and mother of Otto, first king of modern independent Hungary. She was strong supporter of monarchy and she helped working for getting Otto as king of Hungary. Zita helped keep Hungarian royal family on-going and helped to create connections to other European royal families. She too practised charity and humanitarian activities. Zita was too strong supporter of Catholic Church. She was very popular in Hungary and other countries. Zita died in 1989 at age of 97. In 2018 Catholic Church canonised Zita and her husband Carl I, last emperor of Austria-Hungary.
King Otto of Hungary was born to imperial family of Austria Hungary in 1912. Him became heir to the throne when his father Karl I ascended to the throne in 1916. After collapse of the empire the family lived in exile. Otto became strong opposer of Nazi regime during 1930's. When Italy occupied Hungary in 1944 it was discussed what to do with the country which was still officially kingdom altough it hadn't king since end of WW1. Otto was declared as king of Hungary in 1945 after succesful referendum. The king became soon popular in his country. Otto became soon strong supporter of democracy. Otto too spoke for deeper economic cooperation of Europe which would secure peace and democracy in Europe. He was too skilled diblomat who hosted several peace conferences in Budapest, most important being in 1952 and 1956 which officially ended Chinese War and Second Arabian War.