King’s ‘love-child’s’ shocking new claims
The man claiming to be King Charles and Queen Camilla’s love child has shared a letter he wrote to his “father” on the eve of his coronation.
Queensland man Simon Charles Dorante-Day, who has a mass following on social media, has long claimed to be the royal couple’s love-child, but is now urging the newly appointed King and Queen to finally accept him as family.
Mr Dorante-Day didn’t hold back, calling the new sovereign ”weak” for failing to respond to any communication or recognising him as his ”firstborn Son.”
“On the eve of your coronation, when all that you have waited for and all that you’ve fought for has come to fruition, I hope that you are finally satisfied,” Mr Dorante-Day wrote.
“I am disappointed that my issue couldn’t be resolved before you ascended to the throne, but I feel that in the fullness of time this will reflect more poorly on the Monarchy than it ever will on me.”
He asked the now King to finally recognise him, claiming he isn’t any less “your son” now that Charles sits on the throne.
“Maybe you can come clean and admit when you first met because the truth is you haven’t before!”
Mr Dorante-Day claims he was conceived in 1965 by a 17-year-old Charles and 18-year-old Camilla, long before they began their affair.
His claim has never been confirmed, but he’s determined to settle the matter once and for all.
He has previously stated he believes a DNA test would prove he is the rightful heir to the throne, as he was born before Prince William.
Charles and Camilla did not meet until 1970, and their affair is not reported to have started until 1986.
In a 2021 interview with 7 News, Mr Dorante-Day said his grandmother, who worked for the Monarch, had told him he was the son of Charles and Camilla.
Charles and Camilla eventually married in 2005, 10 years after her divorce from Andrew Parker Bowles.
Mr Dorante-Day’s social media has gained a following of over 18,000, especially on Facebook, where he regularly posts comparison photos of himself and his family, with those of the Royal family.
In his letter, Mr Dorante-Day revealed he would not be watching the coronation at home with his family, because he knows what “kind of man” the King is.
“In fact, you may be King but you’re a weak man who stands by while others take the fall.
“Your first born Son – Simon Charles Dorante-Day.”