Court orders Belgian ex-king to take paternity test

FILE PHOTO: Belgium's King Albert and Queen Paola attend a tribute to the victims of Brussels suicide attacks, at the royal palace in Brussels, Belgium, May 22, 2016. REUTERS/Fred Sierakowski/Pool/File Photo

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The Brussels appeals court has ordered the retired king of Belgium to take a DNA paternity test, overturning an earlier ruling in a suit brought by 50-year-old artist Delphine Boel. Under the judgement, reported by Boel’s lawyers on Monday, King Albert II must take the test within three months or risk being […]

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