A person from Queensland in Australia lately claimed to be the key son of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and launched his correspondence with the royal couple for the primary time.
Introducing Prince Simon?
According to stories, Simon Dorante-Day has fought for many years to show his claims that Charles and Camilla are his organic dad and mom, even taking his battle to the Australian High Court. The 54-year-old grandfather believes he was conceived when the 17-year-old Charles and 18-year-old Camilla had been first linked to each other in 1965. He claims that within the lead-up to his start in April 1966, Camilla disappeared from Britain’s social scene for not less than 9 months, whereas Charles was despatched to Australia.
He was later adopted to a household in Portsmouth, England, who had ties to the Queen.
“My grandmother, who had worked for the Queen, told me outright that I was Camilla and Charles’ son many times,” he informed 7News.com.au.
A hand-delivered letter
Prince Charles and Camilla have by no means responded to Dorante-Day’s claims. While he has been fairly vocal in regards to the state of affairs on social media and interviews through the years, as of lately, Dorante-Day has launched his preliminary letter to Charles and Camilla from 2012, the place he raised his paternity claims for the primary time.
“The letter below is the one I wrote to the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall in 2012,” he mentioned. “I had a family lawyer review the letter – he made no changes. It was hand-delivered by Detective Inspector David Smith of SO14 to Prince Charles Private Secretary, for which I have a receipt, and time of delivery.”
In the letter, he says that he has been on the lookout for his “natural parents” for so long as he can keep in mind, “but in earnest researching and investigating for the last 15 years”.
“This combination of historical research, remembered events and statements, investigation and approaching Government resources continually points in one direction; that of yourselves.”
Looking for his ‘natural parents’
Dorante-Day then went on to define considerations that his Australian spouse, Dr Elvianna Dorante-Day, and youngsters had been being focused over their claims.
“Subsequently, because of these types of incidents, I have also enlisted the assistance of a legal firm who are willing to represent me in this endeavour should this letter prove to be ineffectual,” he wrote on the finish.
“Furthermore, I am also aware that as I was adopted there is a legislative obligation for me to give my consent to my natural parents for them to contact me. Given this opportunity in an informed manner, I would gladly give my consent. I know that my story sounds unbelievable, but everything I say is checkable – if you don’t believe it, check it,” he mentioned.
“I’m simply a man looking for my biological parents, and every road has led me back Camilla and Charles. I’m not in this for money or for a title – I simply want to know who my parents are.”
He went on to share the next picture of his son and the Queen to make his case: