Delphine Boël


The lawyer representing Belgian sculptor Delphine Boel, Alain De... News PhotoBelgian Culture,Belgium,Brussels-Capital Region,Competition,Customer,Delphine Boël,Family,Journalist,Law,Lawyer,Legal Trial,People,Representing,Royalty,Sculptor,Talking,VerticalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPThe lawyer representing Belgian sculptor Delphine Boel, Alain De Jonge, speaks to journalists during a recess on September 3, 2013 at the Court of First Instance in Brussels in the case opposing his client to members of the royal family. Boel has gone to court to win official recognition as the natural daughter of former Belgian King Albert II. Boel, 45, has filed a suit requiring the former king, his son, Belgian King Philippe, and his daughter Princesse Astrid to appear in a Brussels court. Boel wants to get the court to order a DNA test so as to establish her relationship with the former king. AFP PHOTO / BELGA / ERIC LALMAND - BELGIUM OUT - (Photo credit should read ERIC LALMAND/AFP/Getty Images)