In recent months, Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 55, has been very active on Facebook. Dorante-Day claims he is the illegitimate son of Prince Charles, 73, and Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles, 74. According to what he defends, his conception would have taken place when Charles and Camilla were still teenagers. The alleged illegitimate son of the son of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 95, made a rather disturbing statement on Saturday January 22. Simon Charles Dorante-Day intends to go to England. He got it into his head to meet Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.
This announcement comes as the other son of Queen Elizabeth of England is still at the heart of another scandal. Prince Andrew, 61, stripped of his military titles, is still not out of the woods. Her accuser, Virginia Giuffre, wants to make her pay for all the sexual assaults she suffered when she was only 17 years old. Prince Harry’s memoirs are also looming worries for British royalty. For his part, the alleged hidden son of the future king of England is gathering evidence.
The alleged son of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles requests a DNA test
Simon Charles Dorante-Day explains in these publications that he was adopted by the Dorante-Day family at the age of 8 months. His adoptive grandmother, Winifred, was an employee of Queen Elizabeth II according to him. It is the latter who would have told him everything about his paternity link with Prince Charles. According to Gala, Simon Charles Dorante-Day explained that he wanted to obtain a DNA test from Charles and Camilla. “Before Christmas, a number of legal and political steps were taken, both in the UK and Australia, in relation to my paternity case with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall,” reads the publication of the January 14 by Simon Charles Dorante-Day.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall © Agency