Delphine Boël

Delphine Boël

Delphine Michèle Anne Marie Ghislaine Boël (Uccle 22 February 1968) is a Belgian artist who specializes in papier maché sculpture. She is alleged to be the illegitimate daughter of Albert II of Belgium. Sometimes in the media Delphine is incorrectly titled as a Baroness, because of her mother's title. She belongs to the Belgian nobility through her legal father, but with no other title than the title of 'Ecuyère' (in Dutch: Jonkvrouw) of which the English equivalent could be 'Esquire'.

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Delphine Boël - Paternity Allegations
... statement and made investigations into the identity of this daughter, tracing Delphine Boël ... At first, both Delphine and her mother refused to comment on the matter, and the Palace dismissed Danneels' book as gossip and rumours ... The main element considered by the Belgian press as acknowledgment that Delphine is the King's daughter is a short extract from the King's 1999 Christmas speech Delphine ...