King Charles, Camilla's Alleged Love Child Furious At Royal Couple For Being Abandoned? Simon Dorante-Day Says He Understands Prince Harry

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King Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' alleged son spoke out about his paternity issues with the new monarch. Simon Dorante-Day admitted that he has ill feelings about how the royals handled his case.

King Charles And Camilla's Alleged Love Child Angry After They Continue To Dismiss Him

Dorante-Day, 56, admitted that he was furious as he dealt with the renewed feelings of abandonment following Queen Elizabeth's death. He has been asking for a DNA test even when the Queen was alive, but they never responded to him.

"I've been angry to see the way things have progressed since her death, that the system's just gone into operating mode," he told "And the end of the day, for me - I know it's true, I know they're my parents.

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He was particularly disappointed with the UK government and monarchy's lack of response, which he felt had to be addressed. He vowed that he was "not going to back down."

"They owe me - as a ward of the state, as an adopted child - the truth about what happened and that primarily is the driving factor. That's always what I wanted," he added.

He said King Charles naming Prince William as the new Prince of Wales was a kick on the face. He didn't want to feel that way, but the lack of acknowledgement was very difficult for him to handle.

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"He gives William a title like that, well where's my answer? Where's my DNA test? If you are not my father, then prove you're not," Dorante-Day added. "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?"

He said that it was time to get his happy ending. As for Prince William and Prince Harry losing their mom, he said he had it even more difficult because "I never even knew mine."

"I never had that opportunity. And this just seems to rob it further," he said.

He went on, "​​All those feelings of abandonment and sadness have come to the surface through the Queen dying, seeing Charles' reaction."

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According to him, the people wrongly assumed he was after the royal paternity for fame and fortune. He clarified that many got it wrong before saying he understood why Prince Harry was rebelling. Apparently, he felt that the Duke of Sussex was also misunderstood.

"Sure there's an element of me that goes 'Yeah, I'd love to be the Prince of Wales - but there's an element of me that doesn't too," he continued. "And whenever I say that, people take it the wrong way and say, 'Oh he's after the money.'"

He continued, "But I can see Harry's argument. It's not the not getting it, it's the being ignored. And the feeling of no worth. And that's the reason he'sthat'sit'sIt's rebelling the way he is. He's trying to show everybody what worth he's got. Because he doesn't feel he has any worth. That's just my feeling."

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