Charles’ ‘secret son’ slams ‘criminal King and Queen’ over ‘cover up’ claims

A man living in Australia who claims to be King Charles' "secret son" has slammed the "criminal" monarch for "covering up the truth" and has even threatened them with legal action.

Simon Dorante-Day, 56, has continually claimed he is the King's illegitimate son, born from his affair with Queen Consort Camilla before the pair eventually tied the knot.

He said they can't "take back what has been done" to him while living with his adoptive family – but added that he would present evidence of his parentage "in court".

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"The criminal King Charles and his Wife Queen Consort Camilla know the abuse I was put through to cover up the truth that I am their biological son," he wrote on Facebook yesterday (Monday, January 23).

"[My adoptive family members] Karen, David, Winifred & Ernest all knew this truth and assisted in covering this truth up whilst providing access."

Dorante-Day has continued to make these claims over several years, stating his grandmother, Nanan, had allegedly told him Charles and Camilla were his biological parents in 1998 – and says he has video evidence of the event which he will "demonstrate in court".

The Australian engineer added: "Neither King Charles nor his Wife Queen Consort Camilla can take back what has been done in their name to my eyes, teeth, and the years of manipulation, suppression, abuse and lies."

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The wannabe prince believes governments in the UK and his native Australia have both seen documentation proving that he's a long-lost royal, despite heat from critics and radio silence from Buckingham Palace over the case.

"What others illegally share and lie about doesn't prove who I am, in fact it aids to prove who I'm not, and never was – as one day (post Court case) you will all see!

"However, it does demonstrate how far some people will go to cover up the wrongs they have inflicted upon myself, my wife Dr Elvianna and my children."

Dorante-Day, who was born in Portsmouth, UK, but moved to Australia at an early age, has said that his ultimate goal is to get a DNA test to prove or disprove that Charles and Camilla are his real parents.

He has even threatened legal action against his supposed dad and previously claimed he wrote to the late Queen Elizabeth II demanding a paternity test just months before her death in September.

"There has been a discussion in there between a judge and myself and his barrister about the legal standing of Charles, and whether the monarch is protected by the law or is above the law," he previously told 7News in Australia.

“And the answer to that was no – they told me that we don’t see any reason why he is. And secondly, Camilla and her family are certainly not above the law. So that argument’s already been had and settled."

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