The king of Belgium will stand trial in the case of paternity
BRUSSELS, February 20 — RIA Novosti, Alexander Shishlo. The king of the Belgians albert the Second, who handed the throne to his eldest son Prince Philippe is expected on Tuesday for the first time brought before the civil court of Brussels in the case of paternity, said on Monday the electronic version of the newspaper Libre Belgique.
The Metropolitan court of first instance appointed on February 21 hearings on the case of Dolphins, the much needed, seek recognition of albert II her father. The court first ordered to appear for trial, the head of the Belgian monarchical house.
The constitutional court of Belgium in February of 2016 decided that the alleged illegitimate daughter of albert II shall have the right to establish paternity with his hand.
Information about the summons albert II earlier confirmed his lawyer Alain Berenboom, who added that the hearings also will take part in a Dolphin, much needed and her legal father Jacques, the much needed.
In November 2014, the court of first instance of Brussels, delegated to the Constitutional court of Belgium, judgement on the legality of the requirements of Dolphins, the much needed paternity. The highest court had to decide whether it is to conduct a DNA test for official recognition of its illegitimate daughter of 82-year-old monarch.
The trial was started by the Dolphins, much needed in June 2013, when albert the Second, as acting head of state enjoyed complete immunity. After the abdication in favour of his eldest son Philip, he retained the title of king, but lost their legal immunity.
The Dolphins, much needed mother, Baroness Sybille de Celis Longham, long concealed from her daughter who her father is. Only at the age of 18 years, Dolphin has learned from her mother that she’s the illegitimate daughter of the monarch
The relationship of the then Prince albert and Baroness lasted 16 years, however, is already becoming a king, a Dolphin, he did not recognize. Legally, her father is a former husband of the Baroness hereditary industrialist Jacques, much needed, who long ago divorced his wife and, according to media reports, ruled out the Dolphin out of his will.