Fans of British royalty are familiar with the name Simon Dorante-Day. This Australian who has been proclaiming loud and clear for years to be the son of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. He would be the fruit of a teenage love according to him. The 55-year-old man makes extensive use of social networks, including Facebook, to share evidence of his allegations. He was reportedly adopted in England when he was only 8 months old. His adoptive grandmother Winifred would be the one who opened his eyes to his royal origins, still according to him.
Simon talks about a big plot to erase all traces of resemblance to the Windsors. Her teeth were reportedly filed down and her blue eyes were surgically altered at birth. Of course, there are many who do not believe it. Only, those who believe in his statements are just as numerous. Moreover, Simon Dorante-Day is particularly active in sharing photo montages on social networks. His aim being to determine his resemblance to his so-called British royal family.
“It’s absolutely impossible for Princess Diana”
Suffice to say, Charles and Camilla are aware of, not only the existence of Simon, but also of his allegations. Moreover, the Australian has already unveiled an email he received from the British police in 2015. But, did Princess Diana know? “We believe that Diana knew about my existence and that she would have put the pieces of the puzzle together,” the Mirror said. A statement based on an interview with New Idea, an Australian magazine.
This October 04, Simon Dorante-Day wanted to answer that. “It is absolutely impossible for Princess Diana to have learned of the existence of Simon Charles Dorante-Day in her interviews because Simon Charles Dorante-Day only existed from 2004. Until then date, I was only Simon Charles Day, and she died in 1997, “he replied on Facebook.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles © Agence