The Queensland man is sharing photo comparisons to help his legal case for a DNA paternity case.
A man from Queensland, Australia has been claiming to be the lovechild of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla for decades now.
Simon Dorante-Day believes he is Prince Charles' first-born child and has been fighting to have Prince Charles and Camilla legally submit to a DNA paternity case since 2018. “I went public with my claims in the 1990s and sent out my first official release in 2005,” he told 7NEWS.com.au. “My first court case was in 2018 and my legal battles continue to this day. I won’t rest until I have Charles and Camilla submit to a paternity test, as per a court order. I want to do this the right way so that my family and I can finally get the answers we deserve.”
55 year old Simon Dorante-Day (pictured in the middle), who was apparently adopted by a family who has ties to Buckingham Palace, is convinced that he is the illegitimate child of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.— Breakfast Television (@breakfasttv) June 14, 2021
Do you see resemblance?
PHOTO: Simon Dorante-Day pic.twitter.com/nWqgRsD5L9
According to The Daily Mail, Dorante-Day was born in Portsmouth, UK, on April 5, 1966, and was adopted at eight months old. What makes him believe that his parents are royal members of the British monarchy? Apparently, his adoptive grandparents had worked for the Queen and Prince Philip in one of their royal households and his adoptive grandmother is the person who told him that he was the son of Charles and Camilla. According to Dorante-Day, Charles and Camilla allegedly began their close relationship in 1965, a year before he was born. In the lead-up to when he was born, Camilla disappeared from Britain’s social scene for at least nine months, while Charles was sent to Australia, according to Dorante-Day's case.
The case also alleges that Camilla kept him until he was eight months old, hiding him from the world with the help of the royal family and protection officers. Later, it was arranged that one of the Queen’s former house staff would adopt the baby. He also believes that his first and middle name—Simon Charles—was given to him by his biological parents. “My adoptive mother told me that it was a condition of the adoption that my name—Simon Charles—stay the same, my middle name stay the same,” he said. “Charles and Camilla had a close friend called Simon at the time.”
An Australian man says new photographic evidence proves he is the hidden lovechild of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla. Simon Dorante-Day, from Queensland has claimed since the 1990s that he is Prince Charles' first-born child. https://t.co/In8D76xlEw— 🛡 Royal Reporter (@royal_reporter) April 5, 2022
Dorante-Day even shares photo comparisons with the royal family members to help him with his legal case. “A picture speaks a thousand words,” he said. “The courts consider physical similarities and genetic traits when looking at paternity cases, especially when DNA tests are not readily available." It looks like the Aussie is determined, and as he said, he 'won't rest' until the royals see his case through.
"People need to come forward and come clean"— Sunrise (@sunriseon7) April 26, 2021
Queensland grandfather Simon Dorante-Day speaks out about his claim to be the secret lovechild of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles. pic.twitter.com/PV5IbYKlK4
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