Updated January 30, 2020, 6:20 p.m.
An Australian claims to be the son of Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla. He is even so sure that he wants to go to the highest Australian court.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have been married since 2005. They have no children together. Or does it? Simon Charles Dorante-Day, an Australian, now wants to prove that he is the son of the royal couple.
In an interview, he told the Australian magazine “New Idea” that he wanted to initiate legal proceedings in Australia against the Duchy of Cornwall, Charles’ royal property.
Did his grandmother tell him the truth?
The 53-year-old has long claimed to be the child of Charles and Camilla. He was allegedly born out of wedlock in 1966 and adopted by a family that had close relationships with Queen Elizabeth II.
“My grandmother, who worked for the Queen, told me several times that I am Camillas and Charles’ son,” said Dorante-Day.
Will the case go to the highest Australian court?
After three years of legal battle, the man has now taken an important step: he has allegedly brought his case to the highest court in Australia, where it is now being examined by a judge. It was “the most explosive thing that ever happened in the palace,” said the 53-year-old.
But how do Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla deal with the statements made by Dorante Day? They told the British “Mirror” not to comment on this story. (TAE)
© spot on news
No matter where you find Duchess Camilla today: Prince Charles’s wife just looks happy. But that was not always the case: the road to her love happiness was long and rocky. She had to work hard for the recognition of the queen and the people.