Simon Dorante-Day caught up with the truth? For several months, this Australian has been proclaiming loud and clear on social networks that he is the hidden son of Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles, multiplying what constitutes according to him “proofs”, such as photos where he attests to his resemblance with the couple, or family members with some Windsor. However, if he is supported by a few Internet users who want to believe his story, others do not appreciate the allegations of Simon Dorante-Day, who has also been contradicted in his chronology.
“As I have stated on numerous occasions, I was allegedly born on April 5, 1966. However, according to the attached conception calculator, my conception was in July 1965,” he explained. Problem, at that time Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles did not know each other, since they met in 1970 during a polo match. “Why doesn’t Simon tell the truth about his biological mother whom he met in 2011 and with whom he refuses to take a DNA test. Instead, you continue this charade about C&C (Charles and Camilla , editor’s note) who would be his so-called parents. The world is laughing at you! “, launched a certain Christine Saunders, who accuses Simon Dorante-Day of lying.
Simon Dorante-Day soon in court?
Accusations that do not pass with the supposed illegitimate son of Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles, who wanted to clarify things on Facebook vis-à-vis this user. “She spits her defamation and thinks it’s OK to harass my wife and me on another Facebook page,” said Simon Dorante-Day, who said that an investigation is currently underway with the police in Queensland in Australia to shed light on this case, he who also intends to appeal to justice. The Australian then denounced the “lies” of Christine Saunders, claiming to have “never met anyone in 2011”, just as he would “never have refused to do a DNA test”.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles © Agence