Prince Charles and Camilla’s ‘secret son’ hints at ‘big development for proof

A bloke who claims to be the secret son of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall has hinted at “significant developments” in his battle to prove his royal bloodline claims.

Simon Dorante-Day, a grandfather from Queensland, Australia, has spent years trying to prove his claim using comparison photos and research he has conducted.

But now, the 55-year-old has revealed the “legal and political actions” that he has taken in the final weeks of 2021 in his paternity case as he and his wife Elvianna have high hopes for a breakthrough in the case.

Speaking to 7NEWS.com.au, he said: “It’s true, there have been some significant developments in my case and I believe it could have big ramifications.

“I’m not prepared to go into the specifics at this stage as these are sensitive matters that concern legal proceedings and personal lives, but I’m hopeful they will lead to a resolution.

“Elvianna and I are confident that 2022 is the year that I prove once and for all that Prince Charles and Camilla are my biological parents.”

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He later accused the Royal Family of "a lot of cover-ups" and insists that he will not disappear until he has answers.

He said: "I believe there have been a lot of cover-ups, a lot of secrets over the years to keep me quiet and to keep my royal paternity hidden.

“But secrets don’t stay that way forever and I’m not going away. I’m going to keep fighting for a DNA test from Charles and Camilla before the courts, I just want answers.”

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Simon was born in Portsmouth in April 1966, but was later adopted by a local family who had ties to the Queen.

He claims his adopted grandmother, who had worked in the Palace, told him that his mum and dad were the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

The royals have never commented on the unfounded allegations.

Charles and Camilla would have been teenagers when Simon was conceived, years before the pair were officially a couple.

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