Prince Laurent of Belgium could undergo a DNA test to help the court case for alleged illegitimate daughter of King Albert II, Delphine Bull
Laurent’s lawyer, said that despite this possibility, the prince “has not taken a decision yet.”
Days ago, King Albert II rejected the paternity of Delphine Bull His lawyer reported that the king “does not recognize the facts and refuses to be regarded as the father of Delphine,” he told public television VRT in his first public message on the case .
The alleged daughter asked in June to a Brussels court submit to the monarch and Prince Philip to DNA testing. Despite cancel, Bol announced it will present a similar one next Monday before the same court.
King Albert, who abdicated the throne on 21 July in favor of his son Philip, said Bol is not his daughter, but during Christmas speech acknowledged that he had an extramarital affair during a crisis with Queen Paola.