King Philippe of Belgium met his sister Delphine Boel, who proved that his father was born out of wedlock and became a princess.
Belgian artist Delphine Boel (52) was born out of wedlock to Albert the 2nd, the former king of Belgium. She won the title of princess by proving at the end of the long legal struggle.
Delphine Boel, born of the relationship of Albert II, married to Queen Paola, with aristocrat Sybille de Selys Longchamps in the 1960s.
After winning the legal war, she met her step-brother, the Belgian King Philippe (60).
Delphine, who also obtained the right to use Saxe-Cobourg Gotha, the surname of the former king. He met the previous day with King Philippe, Albert’s son, whom he handed over the throne in 2013.
It was stated that this first meeting took place at Laeken Castle. While sharing the photograph of two brothers together on the royal Facebook page.
“This conversation gave us the opportunity to get to know each other. Our family ties will strengthened.”