After Queen Elizabeth’s Death, Man Claims To Be Son

The 56-year-old Simon Dorante-Day is requesting a DNA test to demonstrate that he is the “hidden son” of the recently ascended King Charles III. He claims he doesn’t see “any reason” for them to decline.

A guy who believes Prince William’s naming as Prince of Wales is a “kick in the face” is now asking for a DNA test once more. He previously claimed to be King Charles III’s “hidden son.”

Over the years, Simon Dorante-Day, 56, has made a number of assertions that he is the child of King Charles III and Camilla Parker Bowles. The man is eager to spread the word about his desire to undergo a DNA test.

The 56-year-old even claimed to have spoken with top attorneys about his options for taking legal action against the recently ascended King and Queen Consort.

With his legal teams stating that they don’t see “any reason” why Dorante-Day should be denied a DNA test, he is hoping that the results of the test will be closer than anticipated.

The “hidden son” of Prince Charles is requesting a DNA test.


Speaking to News7 about the impending test, Dorante-Day stated: “There has been a discussion there regarding the legal status of Charles, and whether the monarch is protected by the law or is above the law.

They informed me that we don’t see any reason why he is, and the response to that was no. Second, Camilla and her family are unquestionably subject to the law. So that debate has already occurred and been resolved.

“Many people were worried that Charles’ ascent to the throne would hurt my case. However, it won’t have any legal impact because things will continue in the same direction.”

For many years, Dorante-Day has made these assertions and posted comparisons on Facebook.

I feel ignored. Charles was successful in obtaining all he desired, including the kingdom and his bride. Even the truth about my mum escapes me. When will things start to turn around? It’s time for me to experience a joyful ending now.

The father of nine also disclosed that he had written to the Queen before her passing in an effort to persuade Prince Charles, who was at the time, to volunteer for a DNA test.

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