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Former Belgian King Albert II agrees to DNA test in paternity case

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Lawyers for Delphine Boël, 51, say this could be breakthrough to establish monarch is her fatherKing Albert II, 84, who abdicated from the Belgian throne six years ago, has agreed to a DNA test demanded by a woman who claims to be his daughter in what could be a breakthrough in the long-running case, lawyers have said.King Albert II, who abdicated in 2013 for health reasons, has been facing a daily fine of €5,000 (£4,415) for failing to provide his DNA in the case brought by Delphine Boël, 51. Continue reading…

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