Prince Lorenz is he same. He no longer has Habsburg in his surname on his passport, just his Belgian title.
I don't know about Luxembourg's passports.
I seriously doubt any Habsburg has HI&RH on their passports because their titles are no longer legally recognized anywhere. The would all have Habsburg-Lothringen with some spelling variations depending on the county issuing the passport. (Lorena, Absburgo, etc.).
Some countries do put the HRH or whatever on the passports. I know Luis Alfonso de Borbón has both Spanish and French passports. In Spain, he is simply:
prenom:D. Luis Alfonso Gonzalo Victor Manuel Marco
surnom:de Borbón y Martinez-Bordiu.
But in France he is
prenom:Louis Alphonse Gonzalves Victor Emmanuel Marc
surnom:de Bourbon, SAR le duc d'Anjou
I don't know if France extends this courtesy to
royals other than the Bourbons and the Orleans.
I should mention my knowledge of passports come from 30 years (this year!) working in or with the airline industry. Of course I know specifics about certain royals because it was mentioned in magazine articles or in reference books explaining a title. For example, Luis Alfonso's passports were shown in Point de Vue several years ago.
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