Who is Simon Dorante-Day? Australian who claims to be Prince Charles and Camilla's son

PRINCE Charles wed Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005 and the pair have children separately from their first marriages.

But one Australian bizarrely claims he is the couple's secret lovechild – and even insists he has proof.

Who is Simon Dorante-Day?

Simon Dorante-Day is the man who oddly claims he is the son of Charles and Camilla.

The Aussie, who was born in the UK but now living in Queensland, has alleged he was conceived in 1965 when he says the couple were first romantically linked.

The 55-year-old father of nine believes the couple conceived him when Charles was just 17, and Camilla 18 and he was later adopted by a family who had links to the Royal Family.

The engineer claims his adoptive grandparents Winifred and Ernest worked as a cook and gardener for the Queen and Prince Philip and told him "many times" he was Charles and Camilla's child.

Simon – who says his middle name is Charles – was born in Gosport, Hamps, in April 1966 and has even filed papers to the High Court in a bid to force the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall to take a DNA test.

He has previously claimed the Royal Family have spent "years" hiding from the "truth."

Not surprisingly, Charles and Camilla have not responded to his claims.

How long has he claimed to be Prince Charles and Camilla's son for?

Simon first made the outlandish claims in around 2016.

Since going public with his bonkers theory, he has shared numerous side-by-side images comparing himself and his son to the Royals. 

The images feature Simon with Charles, Camilla, The Queen and Prince Philip.

Speaking to 7NEWS.com.au, Simon said: "All the royal fans and supporters who send them to me, they’re amazing. 

"And I really think it’s like an Agatha Christie novel for them, where they’re looking for clues and searching for answers.

"There are so many people invested in my story now and helping me, it’s really amazing."

He even claimed that Princess Diana knew of his existence and was preparing to reveal what Simon allege she knew before her tragic death in 1997.

"We believe that Diana knew of my existence and that she had put the pieces together," Simon told New Idea in 2019.

"I think Diana was at a point where she was finding out answers about her life, how she was wronged, and she was going to go public with it.”

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