(KCEN) -- He's called "Gorgeous George" by the Italian media and now he's on the cover of Vanity Fair.
Is he a rock star, designer, actor?
No, the new star is Pope Benedict's private secretary who was recently elevated to be an archbishop.
Pope Benedict ordained four new archbishops including his personal secretary, Monsignor Georg Ganswein.
The cover of the Italian edition of Vanity Fair shows the 56-year-old archbishop above a headline that reads, "Father Georg -- It's not a sin to be beautiful."
A spokeswoman for the magazine said that Ganswein wasn't interviewed for the story and did not pose for the cover photo. Ganswein has been Benedict's private secretary since he became pope and he's German just like the pope.
Ganswein was also promoted to the job of Prefect of the Pontifical household, a position that will increase his power as the pope gets older.