King Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ alleged love child, Simon Dorante-Day has been making headlines ever since Queen Elizabeth died. He recently claimed that some people have been sending him condolences since they believe that he is the grandson of the former monarch.
Simon Dorante-Day Believes King Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles Had Him Adopted At 8 Months Old
According to reports, Dorante-Day wants King Charles and Camilla to undergo DNA testing to prove that he’s related to him. He also accused the royal couple of giving up for adoption when he was just 8 months old, according to Marca.
As such, Dorante-Day grew up with an adoptive family and his grandmother allegedly told him that he was the secret son of King Charles and Camilla.
Now that King Charles is the new monarch, Dorante-Day is once again insisting that he’s part of the royal family. On his Facebook account, he published several photos of himself alongside Louis Mountbatten and said that they share an obvious resemblance.
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In April, he also posted a collage created by one of his supporters featuring the members of his family, as well as the royal family like Queen Elizabeth, King Charles, Princess Charlotte, and more.
Some of the people that commented expressed their support for Dorante-Day and even encouraged him to believe that his beliefs were right all along.
“I think if there was no truth to your claims they would give you the DNA result that you requested,” one person wrote.
“They have to know about this. They were obviously trying to hide the truth because if they weren’t your parents they’d do the tests to get you off their back and prove you wrong. They are gutless. These pictures show it all,” another person commented.
King Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles Made Their Alleged Love Child Feel Dismissed
And just days after the queen died, Dorante-Day spoke with 7news.com.au to share his thoughts about his alleged parents’ refusal to take a DNA test.
“I feel dismissed. Charles got what he wanted: he got the throne, he got his wife, he got it all. I don’t even get the truth about my mother. When’s it going to swing the other way? Now it’s time for me to get my happy ending. I’ve said it before, it’s OK for William and Harry - yes, they lost their mother. But I never even knew mine. I never had that opportunity. And this just seems to rob it further,” he said.
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