Belgian artist Delphine Boel waits at the start of the final hearing in the paternity recognition procedure of King Albert II at the Brussels appeal court on September 10. Photo: AFP Belgian artist Delphine Boel waits at the start of the final hearing in the paternity recognition procedure of King Albert II at the Brussels appeal court on September 10. Photo: AFP
Belgian artist Delphine Boel waits at the start of the final hearing in the paternity recognition procedure of King Albert II at the Brussels appeal court on September 10. Photo: AFP

Belgian king’s hidden daughter Delphine Boel wins fight to be princess

  • Court grants title to artist after seven-year battle to prove former monarch Albert II is her father
  • Her two children will also receive royal titles and right to be referred to as his or her royal highness

Topic |   Royalty
Belgian artist Delphine Boel waits at the start of the final hearing in the paternity recognition procedure of King Albert II at the Brussels appeal court on September 10. Photo: AFP Belgian artist Delphine Boel waits at the start of the final hearing in the paternity recognition procedure of King Albert II at the Brussels appeal court on September 10. Photo: AFP
Belgian artist Delphine Boel waits at the start of the final hearing in the paternity recognition procedure of King Albert II at the Brussels appeal court on September 10. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE