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« Reply #195 on: November 27, 2019, 05:05:17 PM »

Delphine gave an interview to Paris Match: 

https://www.parismatch.co...ir-de-mes-enfants-1659856

In 2012, Delphine and her mother received a message that they were on a list of 'politically exposed persons' which meant that the Royal Bank of Scotland closed their bank accounts.

A while ago, they discovered that her 11-year-old son is also blacklisted and on a list of politically exposed persons. She and her husband tried to open a bank account for him he could learn how to manage his money but it was not possible for them to do so. Delphine is now asking people to not attack her children.

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« Reply #196 on: November 28, 2019, 12:38:06 AM »

Delphine gave an interview to Paris Match: 

https://www.parismatch.co...ir-de-mes-enfants-1659856

In 2012, Delphine and her mother received a message that they were on a list of 'politically exposed persons' which meant that the Royal Bank of Scotland closed their bank accounts.

A while ago, they discovered that her 11-year-old son is also blacklisted and on a list of politically exposed persons. She and her husband tried to open a bank account for him he could learn how to manage his money but it was not possible for them to do so. Delphine is now asking people to not attack her children.



If thatís true, then that is horrific and sleazy.  They are really playing hardball here.
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« Reply #197 on: November 28, 2019, 12:39:57 AM »

That's not really waffle-like behaviour Confused
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« Reply #198 on: November 29, 2019, 11:53:33 AM »

King Albertís appeal to Court of Cassation to be discussed today

https://royalcentral.co.u...-be-decided-today-134067/

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Former King Albert II of Belgiumís appeal against the order to undergo a DNA-test will be discussed today by the Court of Cassation, the main court of last resort in Belgium.

He had been ordered to undergo a DNA-test in order to determine if he is the father of Delphine BoŽl. He took the test in May 2019 after facing a 5,000 euro a day penalty for refusing to take the DNA-test. However, the results have remained a secret until the verdict of the appeal is in.

Delphine BoŽl was ďrelievedĒ after her supposed father decided to finally take a DNA-test in her paternity case.

Delphine was born in 1968 as the daughter of Baroness Sybille de Selys Longchamps and was officially recognised by her motherís husband Jonkheer Jacques BoŽl (of which the English equivalent would be Esquire). The King made a reference to a crisis Ďthirty years agoí in the 1999 Christmas speech but has otherwise remained silent on the subject. Delphine BoŽl has always claimed that it was not about any inheritance, as her legal father is much richer than the King.

In 2013, Delphine summoned King Albert and two of his children, the Duke of Brabant, now King Philippe, and Princess Astrid of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este to court in hopes of obtaining DNA for testing purposes. The King enjoyed immunity at the time, but his abdication in July 2013 opened the way for a new procedure. The former King of the Belgians was part of a great deal of Delphineís childhood but has wanted nothing to do with her for the past 20 years. He has also refused to appear in court.

It is looking likely that King Albert will not win his appeal and that the court will order the results of the DNA-test to be made public. The verdict on the appeal is expected on 13 December.
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« Reply #199 on: November 29, 2019, 01:43:39 PM »

He could have made this quietly go away a long time ago by just acknowledging her.
I donít understand why heís being so stubborn
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« Reply #200 on: November 29, 2019, 01:55:44 PM »

Because he is an arrogant asshole who thinks he can behave anyway he wants without consequences.
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« Reply #201 on: November 29, 2019, 03:43:07 PM »

Because he is an arrogant asshole who thinks he can behave anyway he wants without consequences.

This. I shudder to think what Philip might have become if Fabiola and Baudouin had not stepped in.
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« Reply #202 on: December 13, 2019, 05:21:43 PM »

King Albert loses appeal in paternity case

https://royalcentral.co.u...in-paternity-case-134070/

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Former King Albert II of Belgium has lost his appeal against the order to undergo a DNA-test, the Court of Cassation, the main court of last resort in Belgium, decided today. The case will now return to the Court of Appeals which can decide that the DNA-test he underwent in May 2019 will be made public and can therefore also be matched to the samples given by his supposed daughter Delphine BoŽl.

He had been ordered to undergo a DNA-test in order to determine if he is the father of Delphine BoŽl. He took the test in May 2019 after facing a 5,000 euro a day penalty for refusing to take the DNA-test. However, the results have remained a secret until the verdict of the appeal was in.

Delphine was born in 1968 as the daughter of Baroness Sybille de Selys Longchamps and was officially recognised by her motherís husband Jonkheer Jacques BoŽl (of which the English equivalent would be Esquire). The King made a reference to a crisis Ďthirty years agoí in the 1999 Christmas speech but has otherwise remained silent on the subject. Delphine BoŽl has always claimed that it was not about any inheritance, as her legal father is much richer than the King.

In 2013, Delphine summoned King Albert and two of his children, the Duke of Brabant, now King Philippe, and Princess Astrid of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este to court in hopes of obtaining DNA for testing purposes. The King enjoyed immunity at the time, but his abdication in July 2013 opened the way for a new procedure. The former King of the Belgians was part of a great deal of Delphineís childhood but has wanted nothing to do with her for the past 20 years. He has also refused to appear in court.
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« Reply #203 on: December 13, 2019, 06:35:41 PM »

King Albert loses appeal in paternity case

https://royalcentral.co.u...in-paternity-case-134070/

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Former King Albert II of Belgium has lost his appeal against the order to undergo a DNA-test, the Court of Cassation, the main court of last resort in Belgium, decided today. The case will now return to the Court of Appeals which can decide that the DNA-test he underwent in May 2019 will be made public and can therefore also be matched to the samples given by his supposed daughter Delphine BoŽl.

He had been ordered to undergo a DNA-test in order to determine if he is the father of Delphine BoŽl. He took the test in May 2019 after facing a 5,000 euro a day penalty for refusing to take the DNA-test. However, the results have remained a secret until the verdict of the appeal was in.

Delphine was born in 1968 as the daughter of Baroness Sybille de Selys Longchamps and was officially recognised by her motherís husband Jonkheer Jacques BoŽl (of which the English equivalent would be Esquire). The King made a reference to a crisis Ďthirty years agoí in the 1999 Christmas speech but has otherwise remained silent on the subject. Delphine BoŽl has always claimed that it was not about any inheritance, as her legal father is much richer than the King.

In 2013, Delphine summoned King Albert and two of his children, the Duke of Brabant, now King Philippe, and Princess Astrid of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este to court in hopes of obtaining DNA for testing purposes. The King enjoyed immunity at the time, but his abdication in July 2013 opened the way for a new procedure. The former King of the Belgians was part of a great deal of Delphineís childhood but has wanted nothing to do with her for the past 20 years. He has also refused to appear in court.

Good.  It must suck to find out at his age that rules DO apply to him.
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« Reply #204 on: December 14, 2019, 04:32:42 AM »

King Albert loses appeal in paternity case

https://royalcentral.co.u...in-paternity-case-134070/

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Former King Albert II of Belgium has lost his appeal against the order to undergo a DNA-test, the Court of Cassation, the main court of last resort in Belgium, decided today. The case will now return to the Court of Appeals which can decide that the DNA-test he underwent in May 2019 will be made public and can therefore also be matched to the samples given by his supposed daughter Delphine BoŽl.

He had been ordered to undergo a DNA-test in order to determine if he is the father of Delphine BoŽl. He took the test in May 2019 after facing a 5,000 euro a day penalty for refusing to take the DNA-test. However, the results have remained a secret until the verdict of the appeal was in.

Delphine was born in 1968 as the daughter of Baroness Sybille de Selys Longchamps and was officially recognised by her motherís husband Jonkheer Jacques BoŽl (of which the English equivalent would be Esquire). The King made a reference to a crisis Ďthirty years agoí in the 1999 Christmas speech but has otherwise remained silent on the subject. Delphine BoŽl has always claimed that it was not about any inheritance, as her legal father is much richer than the King.

In 2013, Delphine summoned King Albert and two of his children, the Duke of Brabant, now King Philippe, and Princess Astrid of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este to court in hopes of obtaining DNA for testing purposes. The King enjoyed immunity at the time, but his abdication in July 2013 opened the way for a new procedure. The former King of the Belgians was part of a great deal of Delphineís childhood but has wanted nothing to do with her for the past 20 years. He has also refused to appear in court.

Thank you, Lady Adelaide, that's the best news I've had all day! Star Banana
You know he's her father or else he'd be singing from the rooftops if the test showed he wasn't. He's a disgraceful excuse for a human being, a spoiled and warped ex-playboy who found God only when it was convenient for him in old age.
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« Reply #205 on: December 14, 2019, 09:06:06 PM »

This is all such an amazing story my goodness this poor woman and what she has gone through I hope justice comes. Not to be morose or bury people prematurely but when the old king dies it will be interesting to see how Philippe reacts and if he invites this woman to the funeral or if she is goes to the reception but out of the camera view.
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« Reply #206 on: December 14, 2019, 09:17:50 PM »

I kind of wonder why she is pursuing the case like a terrier. As she said, there is no financial gain, her reputation is in the gutters, she is suffering from all sorts of repressive measures by the court and there is really nothing to gain. 
If it is revenge she is driven by, (understandable that she wants that b*stard to finally bow down and be outed) then revenge is a double-sided sword, she hurts herself enormously with it and with the old man really being a frail old man, who else is she hurting along with him and her?
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« Reply #207 on: December 14, 2019, 09:46:00 PM »

She is the victim in this scenario, let's not forget. After being allowed to develop something of a relationship with Albert he totally abandoned her with no explanation. What a confusing thing for a child to go through! Once she was old enough to realize the reason she was abandoned I think she had her own value system and what Albert did to her outraged her and rightfully so IMO. She's not after money, though I hope she sues him, she's after a sense of justice and moral retribution for the chaos he caused in her life.
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« Reply #208 on: December 14, 2019, 11:15:21 PM »

I kind of wonder why she is pursuing the case like a terrier. As she said, there is no financial gain, her reputation is in the gutters, she is suffering from all sorts of repressive measures by the court and there is really nothing to gain. 
If it is revenge she is driven by, (understandable that she wants that b*stard to finally bow down and be outed) then revenge is a double-sided sword, she hurts herself enormously with it and with the old man really being a frail old man, who else is she hurting along with him and her?

I think it's the case of knowing that you're right and wanting it to be stated and not be called a liar.
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« Reply #209 on: December 14, 2019, 11:25:19 PM »

I kind of wonder why she is pursuing the case like a terrier. As she said, there is no financial gain, her reputation is in the gutters, she is suffering from all sorts of repressive measures by the court and there is really nothing to gain. 
If it is revenge she is driven by, (understandable that she wants that b*stard to finally bow down and be outed) then revenge is a double-sided sword, she hurts herself enormously with it and with the old man really being a frail old man, who else is she hurting along with him and her?

I think it's the case of knowing that you're right and wanting it to be stated and not be called a liar.

Donít blame her a bit either. The thing is, he couldíve just done the DNA test years ago and saved his family a lot of trouble (I doubt he cares about Delphineís trouble at all). If sheís right, just fess up, apologize, and no one would really care that much. Albert has made this situation way worse by dragging it out for so long.
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