Prince Charles and Camilla's ‘secret son’ claims his birth certificate doesn’t prove his 'true identity'

For years now, there is a man in Australia claiming to be Charles and Camilla’s ‘secret son’. He is now claiming that his birth certificate doesn't prove anything.

Prince Charles and Camilla's ‘secret son’ claims his birth certificate doesn’t prove his 'true identity'
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Prince Charles and Camilla's ‘secret son’ claims his birth certificate doesn’t prove his 'true identity'

If you have been following the Royal Family for a while, you’ll be aware of the Australian claiming to be Charles and Camilla’s ‘secret son’. Simon Charles Dorante-Day has been saying, for a few years now, that he is the love child of Charles and Camilla. He took to Facebook on April 2 to claim that his birth certificate doesn’t prove who he is.

Simon Dorante-Day’s claims

Simon Dorante-Day has been claiming for years now that his birth parents are Prince Charles and Camilla. He believes that his birth and adoption had been majorly covered up because Prince Charles and Camilla supposedly had him out of wedlock when they were only 17 or 18 years old.

He has claimed that in order to hide his true identity he had his teeth filed down as well as surgery to change his eye colour. He has also said that the parents written on his birth certificate are made up.

Recently, Dorante-Day has sent multiple letters to Prince Charles and Camilla and has never received a reply. Recently, he has taken legal action to try and get a DNA test from the pair to prove he is their ‘secret son’.

Dorante-Day posts regularly on his Facebook page about his life and his claims that he has proof that his real parents are the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. He often posts comparison photos of himself, his children and grandchildren and various members of the Royal Family.

On April 2 he posted about his birth certificate.

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Simon Dorante-Day claims his birth certificate isn’t proof

On April 2, Dorante-Day posted on Facebook telling people about his birth certificate and that his UK adoption certificate is his ‘primary ID document’ that he used as ‘proof of birth’. Despite the fact that he has himself used this document on several occasions, he insists that it doesn't actually prove his 'true identity.' Dorante-Day ended his long Facebook post saying:

One thing this document doesn’t prove is my true identity.

He also talks about the rights to privacy of adoptees and that the Adoption agency he was from released his ‘private identity documents, without my consent’.

Many have commented on his post claiming he looks like many members of the Royal Family. One commenter wrote:

You look a lot like Camilla's family side.

Another said:

Had to look twice you look like Prince Andrew.
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