An Australian grandfather claiming to be
the forgotten love child of Prince Charles
and Camilla Parker-Bowles
has shared what he believes is
more evidence for his case.
Simon Dorante-Day, 55,
has long battled to prove that the royals
are his biological parents,
even taking his claims to the Australian High Court.
Dorante-Day was born in the UK
and later adopted by a Portsmouth family
who reportedly had ties to the Royal Family.
He runs a Facebook page
that has attracted almost 8000 followers,
in which he posts photographs
that allegedly show a resemblance
between him and various members
of the Royal Family.
Amid posts mourning the death of Prince Philip,
whom Dorante-Day believes to be his grandfather,
a recent upload compares
a supposed resemblance between
one of Dorante-Day's sons, Liam,
and Queen Elizabeth II.
...... Speaking to 7 News,
Dorante-Day said that his grandmother,
who he claims used to work for the Queen,
"told him outright many times
he was Camilla and Charles' son". .....
..... Dorante-Day claims Camilla Parker-Bowles
is his real (bio) mother,
and kept him until the age of eight months old,
using the royals
and various protection offers to keep him a secret.
When he was getting too old to hide,
Dorante-Day claims it was arranged that
one of the Queen's former staffers
would have her daughter adopt him. .....