In addition to the Netherlands, HBO Max will also air the documentary in Spain, Portugal, Andorra, and Scandinavia. Moreover, it is not only limited to Europe. Starting on April 23, “Delphine: My Story” will be shown in Australia. In the three-part series, Princess Delphine of Saxe-Coburg tells the story of her unique life for the first time on television. She testifies exclusively about all phases and emotions in her life and provides her own photo archive and family albums. In addition, her partner, mother, friends, lawyer, journalist Mario Daniels, palace staff and friends from the art world talk about this royal epic.
In the movie “Dolphin, My Story” the princess tells about the relationship between Albert and her mother. “I remember him and my mom calling each other a lot, sometimes for whole days. He was a kind and good friend from Belgium who made my mom very happy. Me too, but I didn’t know he was my dad.” In addition, the princess looks back at the moment she finds out who her father is. Only when she turns 17 does Mama Sybil tell her the truth. “I loved Albert’s character, so I was relieved to be his daughter,” it seems, among other things. Mama Sybil herself also responded in the documentary that very day. “My daughter didn’t mind hearing the truth. She wasn’t shocked. I think she felt it herself.”
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