‘He looks like me!’: Simon Dorante-Day shares new images in ongoing quest to prove royal lineage

May 02, 2024
Dorante-Day took to social media to showcase recent images of King Charles and Queen Camilla in an effort to highlight the resemblances between himself and the royal couple. Source: Getty Images/ Facebook: Simon Dorante-Day.

Simon Dorante-Day, the Queensland man who has long maintained that he is the alleged secret love child of King Charles and Queen Camilla, has shared new images in a bid to prove his royal parentage.

Dorante-Day has maintained claims of his royal lineage since 2005, asserting that he was born to King Charles and Camilla as teenagers and was put up for adoption when he was eight months old.

Dorante-Day took to Facebook on Wednesday, May 1 to showcase recent images of King Charles and Queen Camilla in an effort to highlight the resemblances between himself and the royal couple.

“One good thing about them becoming King and Queen is that we get a lot more images to compare with, from many different angles,” he wrote alongside the images.

“The more I see, the more they look like thee.

“It’s been a while since we’ve done one, even though I’ve received many! Thank you to Samarah for her efforts here!

“So, many features I can trace, not just to me but to our children, and with many members of both families! The more weight Charles loses from his face the more he looks like me!”

While Dorante-Day’s post received an outpouring of support from his followers, he has encountered limited success in substantiating his claims.

However, Dorante-Day remains steadfast in his commitment to proving that Charles and Camilla are his parents.

He recently disclosed details of his latest legal endeavour aimed at validating his royal ties.

As King Charles and Queen Camilla plan their upcoming Australian tour in late 2024, Dorante-Day is cooking up a plan of his own to take the royal pair to court once they step on Aussie soil, urging them to undergo a paternity test.

“What [legal action] am I going to do this time? Well, I’d be a very silly person that when he comes into the same jurisdiction as me not to do something,” Dorante-Day told 7 News.

“But I think I’d be even sillier to let that cat out of the bag right now.

“You know, there’s always something going on in the background here at our place. It never stops. People think just because it goes quiet on Facebook, [the case] is quiet, but it doesn’t. We’re hammering in the background.”

Dorante-Day is playing his card close to his chest regarding his new plans out of fear that the authorities will take action to halt his efforts.

“I made a move in the Family Court to have a meeting with them, get the Family Court to order them to have a meeting with us in private while they were here,” he said.

“And that got shut down for reasons that I could very easily argue.

“What usually happens is that I get contacted, and they do it a number of ways. They did it when I was working for the government.

“I got a phone call and it was asking what my movements were when they were coming to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. [They said],‘We’re not going to tell you to stay away but you’re not going there are you?”

Despite prior roadblocks, Dorante-Day remains resolute in his belief that he will ultimately acquire DNA evidence from Charles and Camilla, substantiating his claim to royal parentage.

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