Sybille de Selys Longchamps
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Sybille de Selys Longchamps

Aristocrat + Baroness + King
Female
Born Aug 28, 1941
Age 72
Hometown Uccle

Sybille, Baroness de Selys Longchamps is a Belgian aristocrat. She is known as the mother of Delphine Boël, supposedly the illegitimate daughter of Albert II of Belgium, current King of the Belgians. Born in Uccle, Belgium, she is the daughter of Count and ambassador Michel François de Selys Longchamps (1910–1983) and Countess Pauline Cornet de Ways-Ruart (1914–1953). In 1962, she married Jacques Boël (°1929), an industrialist and nephew of René Boël.… Read More

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Sybille de Selys Longchamps
Sybille de Selys Longchamps
Age 72

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CHILDHOOD

1941 Birth Born on August 28, 1941.

TWENTIES

1962 20 Years Old In 1962, she married Jacques Boël (°1929), an industrialist and nephew of René Boël. They divorced in 1978 and in 1982 Sybille remarried with a wealthy British widower, the Honorouble Michael-Anthony-Rathborne Cayzer, of the Barons Rotherwick of Tylney (1929–1990), from the family of shipping tycoons.
1968 26 Years Old In 1968, Delphine Boël was born, allegedly from an extramarital affair with Albert of Belgium, who was not king at the time. The purported affair was made public in 1999. … Read More
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