King Charles III love child claims: Simon Dorante-Day shares new Camilla photo ‘evidence’

An Australian man who believes he is the secret son of King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, has shared new photo evidence in a bid to prove his royal paternity case.

Simon Dorante-Day has made headlines around the world with his claims, which he says are the result of decades of research (see box at the bottom of the page).

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Now, the 56-year-old father of nine has posted a series of photos highlighting the “undeniable” similarities between Camilla, her son Tom Parker Bowles, and Dorante-Day.

The comparison, coming from a longtime supporter of Dorante-Day’s, has caused a stir among royal viewers.

“More and more watching, noticing and following, amaze me every time I see the same photos, the comparisons, how on earth is this not recognized?” said one.

This photo comparison of Camilla, her son Tom and Dorante-Day has caught the attention of royal viewers. Credit: Delivered

Added another: “Simon, you look more like your mom than Tom.”

A third added: “Eyebrows, eyes and nose are the most similar.”

Wrote another: “You look 100 percent alike.”

Another said: “Undeniable proof again, you three certainly seem related.”

Dorante-Day said he found the latest photo comparisons compelling.

“I think the comparisons between myself and Tom Parker Bowles are some of the most interesting,” he said.

Simon Dorante-Day alongside Tom Parker-Bowles, Camilla’s Son. Credit: Facebook/Getty

“I believe we share the same mother, Camilla. And even though we have different fathers, you can see so many similarities – they’ve always been very clear to myself and many of my supporters.

“There are also many similarities between me and Camilla’s brother, Mark Shand. That’s another one that often stops people.”

Dorante-Day has said that photo comparisons between himself, his children and members of the royal family are an important part of his business.

However, his ultimate goal is to get a DNA test from Charles and Camilla through legal means.

“Supporters and visitors to my Facebook pages are always sending me comparisons,” Dorante-Day previously told 7NEWS.com.au.

“But it’s important for people to know that my belief that Charles and Camilla are my parents is not based on photographs.

“I have a lot of research to support my claims, a lot of evidence. And I want people to remember that my case has been in the courts for a long time, trying to find a solution, and that my legal battle is still ongoing.”

A photo of a younger Dorante-Day, left, compared to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at a similar age. Credit: Delivered

Dorante-Day previously told 7NEWS.com.au: “I’ve always wanted to know who my real parents were.

“And I think this is where this all started – just the search for my real parents.

“The thought that it could be Charles and Camilla didn’t occur until much later – for years I was just looking for my parents.

“But in the end, all the evidence just kept coming back to Charles and Camilla.”

Camilla’s late brother Mark Shand alongside Dorante-Day. Credit: Delivered

Queensland’s grandfather, Simon Dorante-Day, has shared NEW AND BEYOND photos in his quest to prove he is Prince Charles and Camilla, the SECRET SON of the Duchess of Cornwall.

Queensland’s grandfather, Simon Dorante-Day, has shared NEW AND BEYOND photos in his quest to prove he is Prince Charles and Camilla, the SECRET SON of the Duchess of Cornwall.

The case

Simon Dorante-Day has provided these claims to support his belief that he is Charles and Camilla’s son.

  • Dorante-Day was born on April 5, 1966 in Gosport, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
  • When he was eight months old, he was adopted by a local couple named Karen and David Day. His adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, had both worked for the Queen and Prince Philip in one of their royal households. Ernest Bowlden also received an Imperial Service Award.
  • Dorante-Day’s grandmother often told him that he was Camilla and Charles’ child. “She didn’t just hint at it, she told me outright,” he said.
  • Dorante-Day’s research has shown him that Charles and Camilla first became close in 1965. He claims that, months later, leading up to his birth, Camilla disappeared from the British social scene for at least nine months, while Charles went to Australia.
  • One historian has claimed that the hospital where Dorante-Day was born – as stated on his birth certificate – did not give birth to a single baby in the decade he was born. It is further believed that the names the parents listed on his birth certificate were “fictitious”.
  • Dorante-Day claims that Camilla held him until he was eight months old, using the royal family and offerings of protection to help hide him. He goes on to claim that when he got too old, it was arranged that one of the Queen’s former domestic workers – Dorante-Day’s adoptive grandmother – would let her daughter adopt him.
  • Dorante-Day said he has memories of being taken to homes around Portsmouth as a young boy. There he spent time with the woman he believes was Camilla, while security guards and his adoptive parents waited outside.
  • Dorante-Day said his first and middle names – Simon Charles – were given to him by his biological parents. “My adoptive mother told me that it was a condition of the adoption that my name – Simon Charles – remains the same and my middle name remains the same,” he said. “Charles and Camilla had a good friend called Simon at the time.”
A recent comparison of Simon Dorante-Day and Prince Charles. Credit: Delivered

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