Man Claiming To Be Charles And Camilla’s Son Shares Last Letter To Queen

Charles and Camilla's alleged love child has shared the final letter he wrote to the Queen before her passing.
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A man who claims to be the ‘love child’ of King Charles III and Camilla has released the final letter that he wrote to the Queen before her death.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day, from Australia, told 7News he posted the letter to Her Majesty last November and he’s finally ready to share with the world what he wrote.

The 56-year-old, who has recently revealed his plans to meet Prince Harry, told the news outlet: “I think it’s time – it’s time for the world to read this.

“I’ve kept the contents of the letter confidential until now, but with her passing, I think it’s appropriate to share my last correspondence with her.”

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Dorante-Day went on to tell 7News that he was ‘disappointed’ that Her Majesty hadn’t responded to his message.

The dad-of-nine explained to the outlet that he had reached out to the Queen after he approached Queensland’s Governor General Dr Jeanette Young regarding his case.

As reported by 7News, he penned: “I take the liberty of approaching you via the Governor’s Office however, given the position with which my family and I find ourselves, we feel this action is justified.”

Dorante-Day went on to reference previous allegations he has made on This Morning about his appearance being altered during his childhood, adding: “I can certainly understand, and to some degree forgive, actions that have been taken in the past in relation to my existence, but I cannot forget what has occurred.

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“These actions I believe were undertaken to conceal my true identity.”

The father, who was born in Britain, then referenced how his adopted grandmother – who had allegedly worked for the Queen – had told him directly that his biological parents were Charles and Camilla.

He penned: “Furthermore, over the years of residing with the Day family, my adopted grandparents Winifred and Earnest Bowlden often spoke about the time they worked for the Royal household.

“Then on my last visit to the United Kingdom in 1998, my adopted grandmother Winifred told me herself, that my birth parents were your son Charles and his wife Camilla.”

King Charles III and Camilla.
Charles and Camilla’s alleged love child has shared the final letter he wrote to the Queen before her passing. Credit: Alamy

In concluding the letter, Dorante-Day said: “It would be naive of me to think you are not aware of my claims. Nor that you have not been following events to date.

“Subsequently, you will all be aware of the actions I have recently commenced and the level of attention this has already received.

“I am writing on behalf of my family and I to ask for your assistance in coming forward and resolving this issue and stopping this global assault.

“May God give you the strength to come forward.”

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Dorante-Day went on to tell the publication that although the Queen has passed away, ‘nothing has changed’ and his fight continues.

He commented: “I’ve still got to climb it to prove what I know to be true. So from that regard, nothing has changed.”

When news of the Queen’s death initially broke, Dorante-Day told 7News he found it difficult to look at his children, as they ‘remind him of Queen Elizabeth II’.

“It’s hard at the moment because every time I look at one of them I see her. So that kind of brings the grief on,” he said.

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.