Simon Dorante-Day, a man from Queensland, Australia, who asserts himself to be the undisclosed son of King Charles III and Camilla, has unveiled a significant DNA revelation concerning Prince Harry. Dorante-Day’s case has garnered widespread attention worldwide and is the outcome of over three decades of investigation on his part.
“My grandmother, who had worked for the Queen, told me outright that I was Camilla and Charles’ son many times,” he said.
In an interview with 7NEWS.com.au, Simon has revealed his ambitious strategy to compare his DNA with Prince Harry’s to substantiate his claim of royal paternity. Simon, who is 57 years old, and his wife Elvianna claim to have received information from a reliable source suggesting that Harry may be willing to assist them in collecting evidence.
“We got advice from a really good, really trusted source that we should approach Harry and make a connection there and ask for DNA,” Elvianna said.
Simon added: “I was really taken aback when he said that. But it’s definitely something I’m going to do. I’ve long been a supporter of Harry and Meghan, I think it’s disgraceful the way they’ve been treated by the royal family.
“The way they are treated on social media too, it’s just one big ‘Punch-Meghan-and-Harry-a-thon’, seriously. It’s really starting to annoy me.
“So I’m going to make contact with him and explore this as an opportunity. At the end of the day, I feel like he just might be as keen as I am to expose what Charles and Camilla and the powers that be have done to me. The injustice.
“It’s worth me pointing out that Charles and Camilla, Buckingham Palace, the entire royal family – not one of them has ever said my claims are not true. They’ve never denied what I believe, told me I’m wrong.
“And I think their silence speaks volumes.”
Simon stated that “the wheels are in motion” when it comes to making contact with Prince Harry, and that he is optimistic about the outcome.
“I want answers,” he said. “And I feel Prince Harry is the man to help me find them.”
The news came just hours after Charles was diagnosed with an unrevealed cancer.
“We spent the morning listening to the news reports, taking it all in,” Simon said.
“At the end of the day, I hope he does make a speedy recovery. I don’t want anything to happen to him – I’d much rather hear the truth about what happened to me come from his mouth instead of a DNA test.
“I also have a lot of personal friends who are both western and eastern and traditional healers who have been very successful with treating cancer, they have an outstanding track record. I could certainly help him out if he was interested.
“I’ve seen what they can do and they leave the doctors for dead. If it was me? I wouldn’t touch radio or chemotherapy, I’d be straight to these guys.”
Simon and Elvianna also suggest that with Charles stepping down from public office, they’d be happy to go to the United Kingdom and provide their support.
“If he wants a helping hand, I’m more than happy to step in. But he’s got to tell the truth first,” Simon said.
“At the end of the day, when I prove that I’m their son, everything will change. I will be next in line to the throne, Elvie will be Queen. It won’t be Wills and Kate – it will be us.
“The implications are huge, and this is why they’ve spent so many years shutting me down.
“But you know, I’m feeling somewhat apprehensive all of a sudden as well – about the fact that we might have to move. Elvie’s all ‘Let’s go, let’s go.’ But I’m thinking, ‘Do I want to leave Australia, leave this place?’
“If I was told I’d have to leave, I’d be very reluctant because I love it here. But in saying that, if I had to I would go. I have serious concerns about what’s going on over there and I know there’s a lot of good I could do in the UK.
“Besides, we’ve never had a holiday away – a proper holiday. So a Commonwealth tour just might do nicely!”
Simon mentioned that he and his family continue to receive significant support from their local community, which has stood behind them in their legal dispute with the royal family regarding his paternity claim.
However, Simon noted that it is when he accompanies his son Liam, who many believe strongly resembles the late Queen, that people particularly take notice and are visibly intrigued.
“Liam’s done nothing with his hair, it’s really curly, and everywhere we go – me and Liam in public – people just jump when they see us,” he said.
“His hair just gets so many comments because he looks so much like the Queen. Sometimes we go to the pub and they call him ‘The Five Dollar Kid’ because he looks like the picture on the five dollar note! It’s wild!”
Simon Dorante-Day has put forward a series of claims to support his assertion that he is the biological son of Prince Charles and Camilla. He was born on April 5, 1966, in Gosport, Portsmouth, UK, and was adopted at eight months old by a local couple, Karen and David Day, whose own parents had worked for the Queen and Prince Philip.
Dorante-Day’s grandmother allegedly told him that he was the child of Charles and Camilla, not insinuating but explicitly stating it.
His investigation has revealed that Charles and Camilla became close in 1965, and Camilla disappeared from public life for nine months around the time of his birth, while Charles was in Australia.
A historian noted inconsistencies with the hospital listed on Dorante-Day’s birth certificate, suggesting it didn’t deliver any babies during that time, and the names of his parents on the certificate may be fabricated.
Dorante-Day also recalls being taken to houses around Portsmouth as a child, where he spent time with a woman he believes was Camilla, while protection officers and his adoptive parents waited outside.
He claims his first and middle names, Simon Charles, were given to him by his biological parents, as they had a friend named Simon at the time.