An Australian named Simon Dorante-Day claims to be the secret child of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles. Aged 55, the man defended his case in the High Court of Australia.
The British royal family does not escape the scandals, especially in recent months. To the links between Prince Andrew and the pedophile businessman Jeffrey Epstein and the interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with Oprah Winfrey, is now added a potential secret child. Indeed, a certain Simon Dorante-Day claims loud and clear to be the hidden son of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, revealed the Daily Mirror this Friday, April 23. This 55-year-old electronics and telecommunications engineer, father of nine, would even hold proof of what he claims.
Allegedly conceived in the 60s, when the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were teenagers, Simon Dorante-Day would have been adopted by a family that would have had, according to him, close ties with the crown. The Australian explains in particular that his adoptive grandparents both worked for Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the time of his birth. It was when he compared a photo of his son Liam with the Queen, when she was in her early 20s, that he was “blown away” by their resemblance. For him, this picture is proof.
Diana would have been aware of his truth
Convinced that he was telling the truth, Simon Dorante-Day sent letters to Prince Charles and Camille Parker-Bowles and even filed papers to have the royals DNA tested. He never got a response. “My grandmother told me that I was the son of Camilla and Charles on several occasions,” insisted the Australian on the Seven News channel.
The man also defended his case in the High Court of Australia. “At the end of the day, I’m just a man looking for his biological parents, and all roads lead me to Charles and Camilla,” he added, while his legal claim has already been rejected three times. The engineer also believes that Diana was aware of his “truth” and that she had “put together the pieces of the puzzle”. Her death, in August 1997, would even have occurred after she “decided to go public”.
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