Prince Charles and Camilla’s ‘Aussie baby’ shares new photographic evidence – which quickly goes viral.
Simon Dorante-Day, a Queensland grandfather, has shared new photographic evidence in his search to establish his identity as the hidden son of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Dorante-Day has fought for decades to establish his argument that Charles and Camilla are his biological parents, even taking his fight all the way to the Australian High Court.
The 55-year-old, who was born in the United Kingdom, claims he was conceived when the future monarch and the woman who would become his wife first became romantically involved in 1965, when Charles was 17 and Camilla was 18.
Dorante-Day was born in April 1966 and was later adopted by a family with royal connections in Portsmouth, England.
“My grandmother, who worked for the Queen, repeatedly informed me that I was Camilla and Charles’ son,” he explained.
And, although Prince Charles and Camilla have never replied to Dorante-allegations, Day’s he and his team of supporters and legal aides – which includes his wife Dr Elvianna Dorante-Day – have continued to shed light on his story.
Now, a new piece of photographic evidence has reignited Facebook debate.
Dorante-son Day’s Liam is pictured alongside the Queen when she was in her early twenties.
“We were astounded when we first saw it,” Dorante-Day said. “Elvie and I believe we see many members of the royal family in our children, but this one was a revelation,” he added.
“One of my supporters created the analogy and sent it to me, which left me speechless.
Many people are responding to it because it’s difficult to ignore the resemblance.”
Hundreds of royal watchers were taken aback by the images as well.
“Yes, I noticed Liam and Elizabeth’s similarity in the picture you posted today and thought, wow! There are far too many parallels between yourself, your children, and others to dismiss it as a coincidence or conspiracy theory,” one said.
Another added: “The similarity is astonishing. “Wow!”
I added another: “I had the same thought yesterday when I saw Liam’s picture. I’ve been following your quest for many years now, Simon, and I respect your character and that of your wife, Dr Elvianna. I am certain that the truth will be revealed.”
Dorante-Day told 7NEWS.com.au he was devastated by Prince Philip’s death.
“For us, it’s all about lamenting a missed opportunity,” he said.
“I would have loved to speak with Philip, but as Elvianna pointed out, his DNA lives on in the children and me.”
The recent release of additional photographs of Philip in his youth elicited reactions from the people Dorante-Day interacts with on a daily basis.
“Since Philip’s passing, so many people have seen images of him, and many have stopped me in the street to tell me how much I resemble him,” he said.
“Even people who see me on a daily basis are taken aback. It’s become very surprising how many people are discussing the parallels.”
Dorante-Day and his wife have confirmed that they will never relinquish their search for answers.
“We owe answers to our children,” he said.
“We’re exploring several novel legal avenues in order to unearth the facts.
“At the end of the day, I’m just a man in search of his biological parents – and every path leads to Charles and Camilla.”
That is the case.
Simon Dorante-Day has made these allegations to substantiate his argument that he is the son of Charles and Camilla.
- Dorante-Day was born in Gosport, Portsmouth, on April 5, 1966.
- He was adopted at the age of eight months by a local couple named Karen and David Day. Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, his adoptive grandparents, had both served for the Queen and Prince Philip in one of their royal households. Ernest Bowlden was awarded the Imperial Service Medal for his services to Her Majesty.
- Dorante-grandmother Day’s repeatedly informed him that he was Camilla and Charles’s son. “She didn’t imply it; she told me outright,” he explained.
- According to Dorante-report, Day’s Charles and Camilla first became close in 1965. He says that months later, in the months preceding his birth, Camilla vanished from the social scene in Britain for at least nine months, while Charles was deported to Australia.
- According to a historian, the hospital where Dorante-Day was born did not deliver a single baby during the decade he was born. Additionally, it is assumed that the names mentioned on his birth certificate were “fictitious.”
- Dorante-Day says Camilla held him until he was eight months old, concealing him with the aid of the royals and security offers. He continues by alleging that when he became too old, it was planned for him to be adopted by one of the Queen’s former house staff – Dorante-adoptive Day’s grandmother.
- Dorante-Day recalls being taken to houses around Portsmouth as a small child. He will spend time with the woman he thinks is Camilla in this location while security officers and his adoptive parents waited outside.