‘The wheels are in motion’: Simon Dorante-Day reveals bold new plan to prove royal parentage

Feb 15, 2024
Dorante-Day has insisted on his royal lineage, alleging that he was born to King Charles and Camilla during their teenage years and placed for adoption. Source: Getty Images/ Facebook: @simondoranteday.

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 revealed details of an ambitious plan 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.

In a recent interview with 7NEWS.com.au, Dorante-Day outlined his plan to compare his DNA with a controversial member of the Royal Family.

Alongside his wife Elvianna, the 57-year-old revealed that they have received information from a “trusted source” suggesting that Prince Harry might be open to assisting them in gathering evidence.

“We got advice from a really good, really trusted source that we should approach Harry and make a connection there and ask for DNA,” Elvianna said.

Simon added: “I was really taken aback when he said that. But it’s definitely something I’m going to do. I’ve long been a supporter of Harry and Meghan, I think it’s disgraceful the way they’ve been treated by the royal family.

“The way they are treated on social media too, it’s just one big ‘Punch-Meghan-and-Harry-a-thon’, seriously. It’s really starting to annoy me.

“So I’m going to make contact with him and explore this as an opportunity. At the end of the day, I feel like he just might be as keen as I am to expose what Charles and Camilla and the powers that be have done to me. The injustice.

“It’s worth me pointing out that Charles and Camilla, Buckingham Palace, the entire royal family – not one of them has ever said my claims are not true. They’ve never denied what I believe, told me I’m wrong.

“And I think their silence speaks volumes.”

Dorante-Day added that “the wheels are in motion” in regards to making contact with Prince Harry.

“I want answers,” he said.

“And I feel Prince Harry is the man to help me find them.”

In the same interview, Dorante-Day expressed his willingness to “step in” should King Charles decide to step down from his royal duties, following the monarch’s recent cancer diagnosis.

Although Prince William has stepped up to take on additional responsibilities as Charles undergoes treatment, Dorante-Day expressed his readiness to assume the role as the “next in line to the throne”, while expressing his hope for King Charles’ swift recovery.

“At the end of the day, I hope he does make a speedy recovery. I don’t want anything to happen to him – I’d much rather hear the truth about what happened to me come from his mouth instead of a DNA test,” he said.

Simon and his wife, Elvianna, have also stated their willingness to relocate to the UK and offer assistance if Charles steps down from public duties.

“If he wants a helping hand, I’m more than happy to step in. But he’s got to tell the truth first,” Dorante-Day explained.

“At the end of the day, when I prove that I’m their son, everything will change. I will be next in line to the throne, Elvie will be Queen. It won’t be Wills and Kate – it will be us.”



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