King Albert II agrees to give DNA for paternity test
28 may 2019 15:24
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The Belgian king Albert (84) will DNA give, so it can be investigated whether he is the biological father of Delphine Boël. The lawyer of the king confirms the AD that he meets the judgment of the Court of appeal “after extensive reading of the judgment, and deliberation”. “Because he has respect for the legal setting”, says his lawyer.
If he is not here to meet came, he risked a daily fine of 5,000 euros.
Boël claims 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 take a DNA-test sets. King Albert II has until now always been denied.