After historic scenes here at the Vatican last night - there's a great scramble for some information on Pope Francis.
I've just been speaking to a couple of friends who are great Vatican insiders and they've given me a few interesting details from last night and indeed on the sort of man now leading the Roman Catholic Church.
Apparently when he was elected last night - Pope Francis did not sit on the special throne waiting for him in the Sistine Chapel - he simply returned to his seat, so the Cardinals had to go to pay their respects to him there.
He did not take up the offer of a special sash, and kept his old tin crucifix around his neck, rather than exchanging it for something grander.
It's thought his election may see a shift on the position of women in the Church - no prospect of women priests on the horizon, but a distinct possibility of women deacons.
There are question marks over his health, apparently (as has already been reported, he only has one lung)...and though doubtlessly a humble man, has quite a temper when pushed.
And one final titbit. Apparently for supper - Pope Francis dines on a potato.
Haven't managed to establish yet whether it's a Jersey Royal or a King Edward.