Man claiming to be King Charles' son shares new photos to prove that Camilla is his mum
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An Aussie man who claims to be the secret love child of King Charles III and the Queen Consort has released new photos that he insists ‘prove’ Charles was a very naughty boy back in the sixties.
Simon Dorante-Day, 56, believes he was conceived by Charles and Camilla in 1965, when they were just 17 and 18 respectively.
Dorante-Day’s claim has never been confirmed, but he reckons these new photos prove his royal paternity case once and for all.
The Queenslander took to Facebook earlier this month to post side-by-side snaps of himself, Camilla and her son Tom Parker Bowles, explaining that he’d been sent the snaps - which Dorante-Day said highlight ‘undeniable physical similarities’ - by one of his supporters.
Of the similarities, Dorante-Day said: “I think the comparisons between myself and Tom Parker Bowles are some of the most interesting.”
He told Australia’s 7 News: “Supporters and visitors to my Facebook pages are always sending me comparisons.
“But it’s important for people to know that my belief that Charles and Camilla are my parents isn’t based on photos.”
Dorante-Day added: “I have a lot of research that backs up my claims, a lot of evidence. And I want people to remember that my case has spent a long time in the courts, trying to find a resolution, and my legal battles are still continuing.”
LADbible has approached Buckingham Palace for comment.
After Queen Elizabeth II’s death in September, Dorante-Day said it was a ‘kick in the face’ that William had been named the Prince of Wales over him.
“I don’t want to feel that way, but I do. I just think, the least Charles can do is give me an answer - acknowledge me. He gives William a title like that, well where’s my answer? Where’s my DNA test? If you are not my father, then prove you’re not,” said Dorante-Day.
Following the news of Her Majesty’s death, Dorante-Day penned a tribute that read: “I too was woken by Miss Meriam informing me that Her Majesty (fondly known as GG aka Lilibet) had sadly passed away overnight and like everyone on the Planet it would be hard not to be affected and saddened by her passing.
“I feel she is free now to go and visit where she will, without having to answer to anyone, or being judged for why and how she does it, as she has her entire Reign.”
He added: “Moreover, she is reunited with her greatest Love and closest friend; I don’t think she would want us to feel Sad for her. I think she would rather we all celebrate and remember her for what she stood for and the changes that she was able to make during her reign.”
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Topics: Royal Family