Simon Dorante-Day Shares More 'Evidence' He Is Prince Charles And Camilla's Love Child
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A man who says he is Prince Charles and Camilla's love child has shared more 'evidence' to back up his claims.
Simon Dorante-Day it outspoken about his belief that he is a member of the British Royal family, claiming he is the son of the heir to the throne.
But while most people might scoff at the idea, the 55-year-old who now lives in Australia has released yet more information regarding his theory: the uncanny resemblance between his teenage son and Queen Elizabeth II.
Posting a side-by-side snap of his son and Liz to his Facebook page, Mr Dorante-Day wrote: "Uummm, an interesting comparison."
And it seems that Mr Dorante-Day isn't alone in thinking there must be a link between the two.
Since it was shared, dozens of people have commented to say they believe his story.
One user wrote: "He is the double of the queen in her older year."
Another chimed in: "I've never seen anyone so alike!!!!!! Wow."
A third commented: "Wow, I can't get over how alike they are, it's amazing."
While another added: "For sure you would have to be blind or bloody ignorant to not believe they are related."
Mr Dorante-Day was born in April 1966 and adopted by a family in Portsmouth that were linked to Buckingham Palace.
And he has been fighting for some time to get people to listen to him.
He told 7 News: "My grandmother, who had worked for the Queen, told me outright that I was Camilla and Charles' son many times."
So convinced is Mr Dorante-Day that he has been to the Australian High Court to fight his case, having failed with three previous legal attempts to prove his claims, according to The Daily Mail.
According to his claims, he was conceived when Charles and Camilla were just 17 and 18, respectively.
But while neither Charles nor Camilla have ever responded to Mr Dorante-Day's claims, he continues to believe.
He recently released another photograph of his son Liam alongside the Queen at a similar age, saying this proved the link.
He said: "We were blown away when we first saw it.
"Elvie [his wife, Dr Elvianna Dorante-Day] and I feel like we see many members of the Royal family in our children, but this one was an eye opener.
"One of my supporters did the comparison and sent it to me and I was speechless.
"A lot of people are reacting to it because it's hard to deny the similarity."
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