Belgium’s king turns out to be after the DNA test with the biological father of the artist
January 27, 2020 18:15
27-01-20 at 18:15
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From DNA analysis it appears that the Belgian king, Albert II, 85) is in fact the biological father of the artist Delphine Boël (51). Alain Berenboom, lawyer for the king, and this is on behalf of his client, announced, announce, various Belgian media outlets.
Boël claims for years that she was a daughter of Albert II. The artist stepped in, in 2013, to go to the court and claimed that the former king, is a DNA test done. There was also, however, that the court would have to consider that her mother’s husband, a businessman, Jacques Boël, her legal father.
The district court ruled in 2017 and that the fact that a bond existed between Delphine Boël and her legal father, Jacques, and for many years before his daughter would have worn. The artist went on to appeal against the decision, and the Court of Appeals ultimately held that, as Jacques Boël is not her legal father, and that of Albert II, the DNA analysis have to go through.