New Zealander Claiming To Be King Charles Camilla Son Demands DNA Test Ready To Take Him To Court


Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, a Queensland man who, for years, has claimed himself to be the secret son of King Charles III and his wife Camilla, said he is ready to take Charles to court for DNA testing to prove his claims. Simon Dorante-Day, 56, says that his claims are the result of decades of research, news company 7News Australia reported. After Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, Dorante-Day was bombarded with questions from the media and others who were keen to know which step he would take next in his royal paternity case. 

Not only does Dorante-Day say that he is ready to take Charles to court for DNA testing, but also that he has discussed the legalities of bringing action against the King of Commonwealth, with senior legal figures. 

 

Simon Dorante-Day, a man from New Zealand, claims he is the biological son of King Charles and his wife Camilla
Simon Dorante-Day, a man from New Zealand, claims he is the biological son of King Charles and his wife Camilla

According to the 7News Australia report, Dorante-Day said there has been a discussion between him, a judge, and his barrister about the legal standing of Charles, and whether the monarch is protected by the law or is above the law. The judge and the barrister said the answer to that question was no, Dorante-Day claimed. 

The Queensland man also said that Camilla and her family are “certainly not above the law”. He stated that a lot of people were concerned that his case would be affected when Charles became the monarch. 

Dorante-Day said that Charles becoming the King of the Commonwealth is not going to make any difference legally, and that he is still pressing ahead the same way. 

“I’ll be back to the Family Court. In his final ruling last time I was before the courts, the judge told me that if I come back with the evidence all nice and neatly stamped, then there’s no reason to deny an application for a DNA test, and Charles and Camilla will have to answer that,” Dorante-Day was quoted as saying in the report. 

“It makes no difference to me whether that mountain in front of me is male or female. It makes no difference to me how high that mountain is,” he added. 

Dorante-Day further said: “I’ve still got to climb it to prove what I know to be true. So from that regard, nothing has changed.”

Dorante-Day Had Written A Private Letter To Queen Elizabeth II

The New Zealander said that he has been battling emotions since Queen Elizabeth II’s death. 

Dorante-Day revealed earlier this year that he had written a private letter to Queen Elizabeth II in the hope that Her Majesty would intervene and encourage Charles to agree for the DNA test. The Queensland man said he was sad that the Queen passed away without having ever responded to his letter. He said he was sad that the window of opportunity had closed. 

Dorante-Day’s wife Elvianna said that she doesn’t think the Queen knew what to say to him, knowing what they did. She said that her husband, Simon, is still going after his father, who he claims is Charles. 

According to the report, Dorante-Day said he is angry that Charles has continued to dismiss his claims. He stated that he is angry that the system has just gone into operating mode. 

Dorante-Day claimed that the complete lack of dealing with his case by both the UK government and the monarchy needs addressing. He said that he is not going to back down. 

“They owe me – as a ward of the state, as an adopted child – the truth about what happened and that primarily is the driving factor. That’s always what I wanted,” he said.

Dorante-Day also said that he felt dismissed when Prince William was named the new Prince of Wales by Charles, in the days following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. 

“It’s hard not to take Charles naming William as the Prince of Wales as anything other than a kick in the face,” Dorante-Day said. 

The Queensland man stated that he is frustrated that Charles has never responded to his repeated requests for DNA testing. 

Photo Comparisons With Queen Elizabeth II

 

Over the years, Dorante-Day has posted several pictures on his Facebook account, comparing his photographs to those of some members of the Royal Family. A photo comparison between Queen Elizabeth and Dorante-Day had stirred headlines around the world. 
Over the years, Dorante-Day has posted several pictures on his Facebook account, comparing his photographs to those of some members of the Royal Family. A photo comparison between Queen Elizabeth and Dorante-Day had stirred headlines around the world. 

Over the years, Dorante-Day has posted several pictures on his Facebook account, comparing his photographs to those of some members of the Royal Family. A photo comparison between Queen Elizabeth and Dorante-Day had stirred headlines around the world. 

Dorante-Day said that the Queen might have died, but he only has to look around his house to see her face every day. He added that the similarities between several of his children and Her Majesty have always flooded him, and many others. 

Dorante-Day stated that long before his children were born, he was told that Camilla and Charles were his parents. He said that the research and evidence he has built up have only reinforced his claims. 

Simon Dorante-Day’s Case: Explained

In order to support his belief that he is the son of Charles and Camilla, Dorante-Day has provided certain claims, according to the report. 

Dorante-Day was born on April 5, 1986, in Gosport, Portsmouth, in the UK, and at the age of eight months, was adopted by a local couple named Karen and David Day. 

Dorante-Day’s adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, had both worked for the Queen and Prince Philip in one of their royal households, and Ernest Bowlden also received an Imperial Service Award, the report said. 

Dorante-Day said that his grandmother told him outright that he was Charles and Camilla’s child. 


New Zealander Claiming To Be King Charles Camilla Son Demands DNA Test Ready To Take Him To Court

According to the report, Dorante-Day claimed that his research has shown him that Charles and Camilla first became close in 1965, and that months later, in the lead-up to when he was born, Camilla disappeared from Britain’s social scene for at least nine months, while Charles was sent to Australia. 

The hospital where Dorante-Day was born, as mentioned on his birth certificate, did not deliver a single baby during the decade he was born, a historian has claimed. Moreover, it is believed that the names the parents listed on Dorante-Day’s birth certificate were “fictitious”, the report said.

The New Zealander claims that Camilla kept him until he was eight months old, and that she used the royals and protection officers to conceal him. He alleged that when he was getting older, it was arranged that one of the Queen’s former House staff, who went on to become Dorante-Day’s adoptive grandmother, would have her daughter adopt him.

According to the report, Dorante-Day said that he recollects being taken to houses around Portsmouth as a little boy, where he would spend time with the women he believes was Camilla. 

The New Zealander said that his biological parents had given him his first and middle name, Simon Charles. He said that his adoptive mother told him that it was a condition of the adoption that his name, Simon Charles, stay the same, and his middle name stay the same. He added that Charles and Camilla had a close friend called Simon at that time.

“I feel dismissed. Charles got what he wanted: he got the throne, he got his wife, he got it all. I don’t even get the truth about my mother. When’s it going to swing the other way? Now it’s time for me to get my happy ending,” Dorante-Day said.