A 53-year-old Australian man, who claims he is the love child of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, is planning to take his case to the High Court.
Simon Dorante-Day, who was born in Gosport, near Portsmouth in April 1966 and now lives in Queensland, told that he was adopted by a British couple Karen and David Day when he was just 18-months-old.
He now wants to prove that the royals are his parents and planning to launch a High Court legal case.
Mr. Dorante-Day told that his grandmother used to work for the Queen and she told him many times that he’s Camilla and Charles’ son.
He filed papers to the High Court before Christmas and told that Queensland court staff laughed at him.
He told New Idea: “It’s definitely the most significant step I’ve taken so far – I’ve had to force a deadline, hold them to a date, because we need answers.”
Later, the papers were sent down to a High Court judge in Sydney.
He said: “While the whole world was thinking they were talking about Harry, we believe this legal battle would’ve also been on the agenda and discussed.”
Mr. Dorante-Day has shared side-by-side comparison pictures on his Facebook to prove he is the love child of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles. He has also written an open letter to Prince Harry and Meghan to draw their attention.
Mr. Dorante-Day was suspended from his job in June 2018 and he believes his ‘royal issue’ was the reason for his suspension.
He now wants the court to help him return to work and this is why he is taking his case to the High Court to prove that he is the love child of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles.
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