Man who claims to be the son of King Charles and Queen Camilla launches legal fight to prove his ‘royal paternity’

Simon Dorante-Day, 56, from Queensland, Australia, claims he is the son of King Charles and Camilla.

Born in 1966 and adopted by Karen and David Day, his adoptive grandparents worked for the Queen. Simon asserts his grandmother revealed his true parentage.

Despite Charles ascending the throne, he refuses DNA tests. Simon seeks to prove his heritage legally and urges the royal couple to admit the truth.

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