The alleged hidden son of Charles III bases his story on his grandparents.
Simon Dorante-Day has always claimed that the latter worked as cooks and gardeners in a royal household.
The audacious Aussie’s adoptive sister belies his whole story.
Prince Charles becomes Charles III after the death of Elizabeth II of England on September 8 at the age of 96. His alleged hidden son, Simon Dorante-Day, indicated that he felt “rejected”, wrote Here in his September 15, 2002 article. “Charles got what he wanted: he got the throne, he got his wife, he got everything. I don’t even know the truth about my mother. The time has come for me to get my happy ending,” he told the Australian press. Particularly determined, the man claims to continue his requests to obtain a DNA test. Amanda Jane Scott breaks the silence and denies the basis of the whole Simon Dorante-Day story.
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Amanda Jane Scott, adoptive sister of the man who claims to be the son of Charles III, denied everything on Facebook. She first revealed, “I got blocked by Simon Dorante-Day.” She then reveals that their grandparents Winifred and Ernest Bowlden never worked in a royal household as her brother claimed for years. “THIS IS NOT TRUE! (…) None of our grandparents was ever employed for any royal household,” she said. She then explains that her grandfather was engaged in the Royal Navy from 1925 to 1938. He was then taken prisoner of war.
Simon Dorante-Day, the alleged hidden son of Charles III lied all along the line
Karen, the adoptive mother of Australian Simon Dorante-Day and Amanda Jane Scott, was an apprentice in a hairdressing salon. According to Amanda, their grandmother Winifred took care of her and her brother when Karen was working. Furthermore, she reveals that their grandfather was not a gardener. “Our grandfather was awarded the Imperial Service Medal in 1963. It was for his long service (25 years) in the prison service (1938-1963) as a civil servant. It was not awarded like Simon l ‘has already declared for Her Majesty’s direct service as a gardener,” Amanda Jane Scott said. Nor was Winifred a cook in any royal household.
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