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Juan Carlos I of Spain: Does the Old King have a secret son?

Many Spaniards are familiar with the name Alberto Solà. For years the waiter has been claiming to be the illegitimate son of Juan Carlos!

Madrid – Juan Carlos I of Spain (83) has been living in exile in Abu Dhabi for almost a year, but the former monarch still makes headlines. His alleged fatherhood is not only causing waves in his home country.

After a long legal battle, the Belgian Delphine Boël (53) was officially recognized as the daughter of the former Belgian King Albert II (87), and Alberto Solà (65) has a similar goal in mind. Solà is convinced that Juan Carlos I is his father *. A few years ago he went public with his adventurous life story and has been fighting for recognition ever since. The waiter from Catalonia was born in 1956, six years before the wedding of Juan Carlos and Sofía of Spain (82). Solà was adopted as a child and grew up in Ibiza and Barcelona, among others.

Alberto Solà has written several letters to his alleged father, but he is still waiting for an answer from Juan Carlos. The paternity suit against the exile king was also dismissed, a DNA test would clarify once and for all. Alberto Solà, who lived in the Spanish city of La Bisbal d’Empordà for a long time, recorded his experiences in writing in his biography “El monarca de La Bisbal” (German: The Monarch of La Bisbal). * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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