- Belgian king Albert does not want DNA to give for paternity test
Belgian king Albert does not want DNA to give for paternity test
01 February 2019 13:28
Last update: 16 minutes ago
Update: 16 minutes ago
The Belgian king Albert II gives no DNA to determine whether he is the biological father of the artist Delphine Boël. The 84-year-old former head of state go in appeal against the order of the Brussels court of appeal to have a DNA test to undergo, say the advocates of the 50-year-old woman.
In October the court ruled that Albert within three months of a DNA-steel to turn it in. Boël claims for years that she is a daughter of him. 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. Boël wants her identity, and that of her children, legally recognized.