Man who claims to be the son of King Charles and Queen Camilla launches legal fight to prove his ‘royal paternity’

We will have to wait and see how this man's life story unfolds.

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During the years, a man named Simon Dorante-Day, 56, of Queensland, Australia, has claimed he was the son of King Charles and his wife Camilla. He made headlines in the past, but now, with the passing of Queen Elizabeth, and Charles ascending to the throne, those claims only became more frequent and pretty much stronger than before.

As reported by 7NEWS, Simon was born on April 5, 1966, in Gosport, Portsmouth, and was adopted by a couple named Karen and David Day. His adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, were employed by Queen Elizabeth and Princ Philip and worked at the royal household.

According to Simon himself, it was his grandmother who told him the truth about his biological parents, saying he was the son of Charles and Camila. Simon says she didn’t go around the bush but told him straight. “She didn’t just hint at it, she told me outright,” he shared with 7NEWS.

Although the newly appointed King and his wife Camilla, who received the tittle Queen Consort, only married in 2005, their history together dates back to the times Charles was still married to late Princess Diana. The two had an affair and it was the main reason Diana decided to leave him.

According to Simon, Camilla, who he believes is his biological mother, gave birth to him when she was still a teenager.

Now, with Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, Simon’s mission to prove his heritage became stronger than ever.

He believes that King Charles gave the tittle of Prince of Wales to William with ease, and he still refuses to do a DNK test and prove whether Simon’s claims are true or not.

The Queen herself never responded to any of Simon’s letters during the years, and with her death, a “window of opportunity has closed,” Simon said.

“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,” Simon explained. “And the answer to that was no – they told me that we don’t see any reason why he is.”

Further, this alleged ‘heir’ to the throne said, “And secondly, Camilla and her family are certainly not above the law. So that argument’s already been had and settled.”

Simon Charles Dorante-Day called Charles “weak” for failing to respond to any communication or recognizing him as his “firstborn Son.”

“On the eve of your coronation, when all that you have waited for and all that you’ve fought for has come to fruition, I hope that you are finally satisfied,” Simon wrote.

“I am disappointed that my issue couldn’t be resolved before you ascended to the throne, but I feel that in the fullness of time this will reflect more poorly on the Monarchy than it ever will on me.”

“I feel dismissed. Charles got what he wanted: he got the throne, he got his wife, he got it all. I don’t even get the truth about my mother. When’s it going to swing the other way? Now it’s time for me to get my happy ending.”

He continued, “Maybe you can come clean and admit when you first met because the truth is you haven’t before!”

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The Palace has never addressed these claims.

A few weeks ago, the Australian made another move towards seeking ‘justice’ by sharing details of his latest legal effort to prove his royal paternity. He plans to take King Charles and Queen Camilla to court during their visit to Australia.

“What [legal action] am I going to do this time? Well, I’d be a very silly person that when he comes into the same jurisdiction as me not to do something,” Simon told 7News.

“But I think I’d be even sillier to let that cat out of the bag right now.”

He added: “You know, there’s always something going on in the background here at our place. It never stops. People think just because it goes quiet on Facebook, [the case] is quiet, but it doesn’t. We’re hammering in the background.”

ALREWAS, ENGLAND – MAY 17: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the dedication service for the National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism at the National Memorial Arboretum on May 17, 2018 in Alrewas, England. (Photo by Paul Ellis – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Claiming he doesn’t want fame or money, Simon says he only wants the truth to be told.

“I’m not doing all this to be a Facebook character. And I’ve had to learn to do this and objectionably at times, because we were private people. These accusations that I’m doing this for money? Yeah, right, okay. And I’m doing it for fame? None is true.”

He concluded, “All we want is the truth. All we want him to do is tell the truth, and her, Camilla as well. They both need to own up.”

Although he cannot prove anything, there are people who believe his claims. Could this man give King Charles a headache in the days that follow? We will have to wait and see how this man’s life story unfolds.

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