- Belgian king Albert must be DNA assign in the case of Delphine Boël
Belgian king Albert must be DNA assign in the case of Delphine Boël
05 november 2018 12:27
Last update: 17 minutes ago
Update: 17 minutes ago
The Belgian king Albert II must be within three months for a DNA test. The court of appeal in Brussels, which is defined in the case in which the artist Delphine Boël wants to demonstrate that the 84-year-old former head of state is her biological father.
Boël (50) claiming for years that she is a daughter of Albert II. She is trying since 2013 by the judge recognised that she is his daughter, in which she demands that he DNA-test sets.
Boëls mother Sybille de Selys Longchamps would be between 1966 and 1984, a relationship with the prince. Her legal father, the businessman, Jacques Boël, has previously DNA material transferred. It turned out that he is not the biological father. The court has now officially determined that he is not the legal father is.