Man Who Claims He's Prince Charles And Camilla's Son Shares New 'Twin' Evidence
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The man who claims to be the secret love-child of Prince Charles and Camila has shared new 'evidence' that he says strengthens his case.
Simon Dorante-Day, who now lives in Australia, made headlines across the globe after publicly announcing that he believes the Duchess of Cornwall gave birth to him 55 years ago before giving him away to avoid a scandal.
He's now shared a side-by-side photograph of himself and Camila's brother Mark Shand, who passed away in 2014.
Dorante-Day refers to Shand as 'Uncle Mark', and says the pair are like 'twins'.
And it's not just Dorante-Day who thinks he's a ringer for Shand - his social media followers are in agreement, too.
One person said: "Looks like you are one and the same. There's no doubt in my mind whatsoever you are Camilla's son."
Added another: "You are absolutely right, he is your twin. Amazing."
While a third wrote: "Incredible likeness Simon. Fingers crossed you get some clarity soon for yourself and your lovely family."
Speaking to 7News.com.au, Dorante-Day said: "A couple of people have said we look like twins and I have to agree.
"One of my supporters found the comparison and it received a huge reaction on Facebook.
"I really think this is one of the more compelling photo comparisons, it's hard to deny how much we look like one another.
"In paternity cases, facial similarities can be crucial and are definitely considered by the court - and you can see the close similarities between myself and Camilla as well as her brother, her son."
As well as seeing similarities between himself and Camilla and her family, he also told the news outlet he believes he and his kids have 'many similarities' with the Windsors.
He added: "Many have commented on how much I look like Prince William and Prince Andrew, to name a few."
Dorante-Day was born in Gosport in Portsmouth in 1966.
When he was eight months old, he was adopted by a local couple called Karen and David Day, while his adoptive grandparents were Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, who had both worked for the Queen and Prince Philip.
Dorante-Day said his grandmother told him outright that he was Charles and Camilla's son.
He has spent the past three years going through the courts in an attempt to force Prince Charles and Camilla to submit to a DNA test.