The secret daughter of the king of Belgium has demanded a DNA test and inheritance


Albert Foto: Frederic Sierakowski / AP

The court ordered the former monarch of Belgium albert II to take a sample of saliva to check the possible paternity of the child. This publication reports The Guardian.

Belgian artist Delphine much needed (Delphine Boël) sought DNA albert II in 2013. She considers herself the illegitimate daughter of the former king and claim a share of his inheritance.

The mother of the much needed, Baroness Sybil de Sat-Longshan (Sybille de Selys Longchamps), argues that was the mistress of albert II. According to her, their relationship lasted from 1966 until 1984. “I thought I can’t have children due to an infection, so we didn’t use protection” she explained in a television interview. Dolphin was born in 1968 and found out who her father was when she was 18 years old.

Prince albert denies kinship with the much needed. The court decision is intended to put an end to this dispute. If the lawyers of the former king do not think he would have to obey and take a sample of saliva. Refusal of the test could be seen as admission of guilt. In this case, much needed, too, becomes his legitimate heir.

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