The alleged hidden son of Charles III and Camilla has given himself the freedom to contact Her Majesty.
Simon Dorante-Day seeks all means to prove his membership in the royal family.
He reveals the contents of the letter he sent to Queen Elizabeth II of England.
Simon Dorante-Day is not about to drop the case even after the declarations of his adoptive sister. The latter had made revelations on Facebook, that the allegations of Simon Dorante-Day are false. Simon Dorante-Day’s adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Earnest Bowlden, were not former royal employees as he always claimed, according to his sister. The 56-year-old Australian, claiming for years to be the hidden son of Charles III and Camilla, the Queen Consort, has struck again.
Gala magazine reports that the alleged hidden son of King Charles III and Camilla has revealed the contents of the last letter he sent to Elizabeth II. The 56-year-old Australian and father of nine children allowed himself to share the content of his last correspondence with the sovereign before his death. Elizabeth II of England died on September 8, 2022 at the age of 96, recalls Gala. Simon Dorante-Day, in this letter sent to Queen Elizabeth II before “festival season”, reveals that he had undergone “medical procedures”. The said procedures allegedly took place during his childhood. And they would have been made in order to modify his appearance and “conceal [his] true identity”.
Simon Dorante-Day: the alleged hidden son of the royal couple gives details of the Camilla pregnancy
“During my last visit to the UK in 1998, my adoptive grandmother Winifred herself told me that my biological parents were your son Charles and his wife Camilla,” reads Simon Dorante’s letter. -Day. Simon Dorante-Day’s adoptive grandmother, Winifred, also reportedly revealed to him on her deathbed that Camilla Parker Bowles, 75, had been “absent from the British social scene” during her pregnancy. Charles III, meanwhile, is said to have been “sent on a trip to Australia nine months before he was born”.
Camilla Parker Bowles and King Charles of England © Agency