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Man Who Believes He Is Prince Charles’ Son Shares More ‘Undeniable' Proof

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Man Who Believes He Is Prince Charles’ Son Shares More ‘Undeniable' Proof

The man who believes he is Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' son has shared more 'proof' of his royal heritage, with social media users saying the similarity is 'undeniable'.

Simon Dorante-Day hit headlines recently after claiming he was the illegitimate son of the Prince of Wales and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Dorante-Day, 55, recently shared photographs which he claims are evidence of his likeness to the couple, writing on Facebook: "Someone said share some more photos Simon. Oh - wow - some interesting comparisons and statements here."

Many people flocked to the comments to share their thoughts, with one person writing: "Undeniable uncanny resemblance."

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Another agreed, adding: "So much like Camilla it's undeniable."

Credit: Facebook/Simon Dorante-Day
Credit: Facebook/Simon Dorante-Day

Showing their support for Dorante-Day, a third person wrote: "WOW Simon. The pictures speak volumes. I wish someone could wave a magic wand and bring this to a conclusion for you and your family. I do firmly believe that the truth will eventually become known.

"If Charles and Camilla through the Palace media could issue a statement denying you they would but they can't. KEEP UP YOUR FIGHT."

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Speaking to 7News recently, Dorante-Day - who lives in Queensland, Australia - said many of the comparison photos are sourced and shared by royal fans, saying he's always blown away when he sees them online.

"They stop me in my tracks, even to this day," he said.

"All the royal fans and supporters who send them to me, they're amazing.

"And I really think it's like an Agatha Christie novel for them, where they're looking for clues and searching for answers.

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"There are so many people invested in my story now and helping me, it's really amazing.

Credit: 7News
Credit: 7News

"But at the end of the day, it would be really nice to wake up in the morning and not have to look for evidence and keep defending it.

"Every day, I am defending myself, explaining myself and going over the same points to people.

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"It would be nice to just wake up and know who my parents are, for the world to know who my parents are."

Dorante-Day was born in 1966 in the UK - specifically, Gosport in Portsmouth.

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, with his later research showing him the two reportedly grew close in 1965.

Featured Image Credit: 7News

Topics: Prince Charles, World News, UK News, News, Royal Family, Australia

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