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Delphine Boël "relieved" after King Albert's decision to take DNA-test

Delphine Boël was “relieved” after her supposed father, the former King Albert II of the Belgians, decided to finally take a DNA-test in her paternity case. Her lawyer Marc Uyttendaeletegenover told RTBF, “She was relieved, but she was also relieved after the verdict from the Court of Appeals. She could not imagine that King Albert would not respect a judicial ruling.&#8221…
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King Albert of Belgium ordered to pay 5,000 euros a day

The Court of Appeal of Brussels has ruled that King Albert of Belgium has to pay 5,000 euros per day as long as he refuses to submit himself to a DNA-test to determine whether Ms Delphine Boël is his daughter. The lawyers of Ms Boël had requested this after King Albert refused to take a DNA-test despite a binding court ruling. Embed from Getty Images Since 2013, King Albert is part of an ongoing…
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Delphine Boël to ask court for former Belgian King's DNA

Delphine Boël, the supposed daughter of King Albert II of Belgium, is going to court tomorrow to demand a sample of the former King’s DNA.  She has been fighting to be recognised as his daughter. Her case had been declared inadmissible, but she has appealed this decision. Considering the age of the King, she wishes to preserve the DNA for when her appeal overturns the original decision if…
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