He multiplies the “proofs”. For several years, Simon Dorante-Day has been proclaiming loud and clear that his parents are none other than Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. According to the 55-year-old Australian, the Duke and Duchess conceived him in 1965, when they were 17 and 18, while he was born in Portsmouth and adopted at the age of 9, claiming by elsewhere that his adoptive grandparents worked for Elizabeth II and Prince Philip in the 1960s. And to “prove” his parentage, he does not hesitate to multiply the testimonies, the comparisons, encouraged by the many people who support his theory, and ensure that he looks like Elizabeth II, but also, Camilla Parker Bowles.
“One internet user said ‘you have the eyes of the queen’ and another called me ‘Camilla’s lookalike’,” he said in an interview relayed by The Mirror, while pictures of Simon Dorante -Day young circulate on his Facebook account, and would be proof of his parentage by his resemblance to certain members of the royal family. “I’ve traveled all over the world and I’ve always had people stop me and say ‘You look familiar to me’, without being able to put their finger on it, he said. so confided. Some told me point blank that I looked like a royal, without knowing my history. It has been a common occurrence throughout my life. “
Did Camilla Parker Bowles really disappear for 9 months in 1965?
After finding a resemblance between his own son and Elizabeth II, Simon Dorante-Day claimed a few weeks ago that his adoptive mother had taken him to a Mountbatten mansion to meet his biological mother, who he said is Camilla Parker- Bowles. However, the latter would not have entered the house according to the 55-year-old Australian, who said on May 15 that he had spent a “difficult” Mother’s Day. To support his point, he has repeatedly made the point that in 1965, the year of his birth, Prince Charles was sent to Australia, while the Duchess of Cornwall was missing for nine months. As The Mirror points out, in fact, she has been photographed many times during this year, including a debutante ball in London on March 25, 1965.
Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles © EXPRESS SYNDICATION