In march clarity on case daughter of king Albert II
Over a month should be clear how the trial around the Belgian ‘king’s daughter’ Delphine Boël.
The family court in Brussels speaks out about the procedure that they began to king Albert II (82) to recognize that he is her biological father, so was Tuesday, well after the session.
From a DNA test at Boëls legal father is proven that he has conceived. The 48-year-old Boël began in 2013, a lawsuit in which she wants to get done that the old prince also, a DNA test sets.
Boël and her mother Sybille de Selys Longchamps, who between 1966 and 1984, a relationship with Albert would have had, were Tuesday, present in the court. Albert had his lawyer represent. None of the parties wanted to comment after the hearing.