Man Who Claims To Be King Charles And Camilla’s Secret Son Shares ‘Uncanny’ Photo Of His Daughter To Prove It

Simon Charles Dorante-Day, who claims to be the secret son of King Charles, has shared a photo of his Princess Charlotte lookalike daughter.
Credit: Alamy & Simon Charles Dorante-Day via Facebook

A man claiming to be the ‘secret son’ of King Charles and Queen Camilla has shared a photo of his daughter, who people are saying looks just like Princess Charlotte.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day, who lives in Australia, has gained media attention with his viral story – he’s convinced he’s the secret love child of the royal couple.

He was born in England in 1966 and was adopted by a family at a young age, and now he’s on a mission to prove his heritage.

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To spread his message, Dorante-Day has shared an ‘uncanny’ photo of his daughter beside the granddaughter of King Charles.

Dorante-Day has previously asserted that his adoptive grandmother, reportedly a former employee of the late Queen Elizabeth II, disclosed on her deathbed that he was the offspring of the royal couple, according to MailOnline.

King Charles and Queen Camilla.
Simon Charles Dorante-Day is convinced he’s the ‘secret son’ of King Charles and Queen Camilla. Credit: Alamy

At the time of his birth, King Charles and Queen Camilla would have been 17 and 18 years old, respectively.

The 57-year-old’s claims are at odds with official records, as they state the King and Queen met each other five years later.

The royal family has chosen to maintain complete silence regarding Dorante-Day’s allegations.

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Simon Charles Dorante-Day has many supporters on social media. Credit: Simon Charles Dorante-Day via Facebook

Dorante-Day has many supporters through his Facebook page, where he often shares updates and photos.

His claims appear to have convinced some of his followers, with one person commenting: “I believe you, I’ve believed you for years.”

A second insists: “He looks identical.”

“You so look like both of them, I hope you get answers soon,” another writes.

Somebody else says: “The resemblance is outstanding. You would make a beautiful king.”

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Simon Charles Dorante-Day appears to be ramping up his campaign this year. Credit: Simon Charles Dorante-Day via Facebook

As it’s been reported the King may visit Australia later this year, it appears Dorante-Day is ramping up his campaign.

He says the royal visit presents an ideal occasion for him to initiate legal action, compelling King Charles and Queen Camilla to undergo a paternity test.

The 57-year-old and his wife are reportedly laying the groundwork for their forthcoming court battle.

But Dorante-Day is keeping quiet about the specifics of this new legal challenge.

He tells 7News: “What [legal action] am I going to do this time? Well, I’d be a very silly person that when he comes into the same jurisdiction as me not to do something.

“But I think I’d be even sillier to let that cat out of the bag right now.”

He adds: “We’re hammering in the background.”

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Simon Charles Dorante-Day believes there is a striking resemblance between his daughter and Princess Charlotte. Credit: Simon Charles Dorante-Day via Facebook

Until that day arrives, Dorante-Day will continue to share comparison photos and convince others of his claims.

Recently, he uploaded an image of his daughter, Meriam, who he believes resembles Princess Charlotte, Prince William‘s daughter.

One person writes: “Uncanny. Truly.”

Another adds: “Very, very much alike.”

“They are like sisters,” insists a third follower.

In agreement, a fourth comments: “There is just so much resemblance between them, it’s uncanny!”

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle is a content editor at IGV who specialises in trending, lifestyle and entertainment news. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, with a degree in English Literature. Annie has previously worked with organisations such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harvard University, the Pulitzer Prize and 22 Words.