Man who claims to be King Charles’ son explains why he has a bond with Prince Harry
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An Australian man who is claiming to be the lovechild of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla has revealed why he shares a special bond with Prince Harry.
Queensland man Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 56, has taken to Facebook to share the 'evidence' of how he and the Duke of Sussex share certain similarities.
Upon hearing news of the Queen's death, the alleged royal lovechild took to Facebook to share his condolences over who he calls his 'grandmother Aka Lilibet'.
Further explaining the commonalities, he continued: "I believe Harry would be receptive to my plight.
"He got f***ed over by his dad, he has a bone to pick with Charles. Just like I do.
"The first thing I'd do if I met them is I'd give them a big hug - I think they need one, to be honest.
"A lot of the criticism they are copping is blatantly unfair. It made me so angry when Harry was told he couldn't wear military uniform to his grandmother's funeral," he added.
The Australian engineer added that both he and Harry shared a similar experience being in an interracial marriage - drawing comparisons between his Indigenous wife Elvianna and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.
"I can tell that he's worried about someone attacking Meghan and saying something that will force her to react [...] My wife is the same, so I can relate. My advice for Harry is to let her go, to let Meghan say what she wants to say.
"People have been racist and insensitive to Meghan, she should give it back to critics without people looking down on her.
"He has a black wife. They say there isn't a race issue, but there is. People are so ignorant."
Harking back on old photos as 'evidence' for the family relation, he has shared to Facebook several side-by-side shots comparing himself with various members of the Royal Family.
These include his alleged 'parents' as well as the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Dorante-Day was born in the UK back in 1966 and was adopted at eight months old, with both of his adoptive grandparents previously working for the Queen and Prince Phillip.
He claims that Charles and Camilla’s relationship began a year before his birth, with the Duchess keeping him until he was eight months old and hiding him from the rest of the world after being conceived in 1965, when the King was just 17 years old, according to 7 News.
The news outlet also reports discrepancies surrounding Dorante-Day's birth certificate, namely a historian claiming that the hospital where Dorante-Day was born didn’t deliver a single baby during the decade he was born.
Dorante-Day is currently pursuing a legal case to prove that he is, in fact, the son of King Charles and Camilla.
He explained to 7News: "There has been a discussion in there between a judge and myself and his barrister about the legal standing of Charles, and whether the monarch is protected by the law or is above the law.
"A lot of people were concerned that when Charles rose to be monarch that it would damage my case.
"But it’s not going to make any difference legally, it’s still pressing ahead the same way," he added.
The Royal Family have never responded to Dorante-Day's claims.