A man from Queensland, Australia, who claims to be a secret boy Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles has written an open letter which she suspects her grandmother is: Queen Elizabeth. In the letter, the 55-year-old claimed that he and his family had experienced harassment and “racial violence” and claimed that the 95-year-old ruler was well aware of it. As the man continues to lobby the Australian courts to find out the paternity test and Charles ’DNA, he concluded the letter he sent to the Queen in a worrying tone.
The man claims to be a hidden British heir
Simon Dorante-Day, a 55-year-old man who grew up in Australia, has claimed to be the secret son of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. Born in England in 1965, Dorante-Day was adopted and moved to Australia as a baby. He claims that his adoptive grandmother repeatedly told him as he grew up that he was in fact the firstborn of the Prince of Wales and his current wife, Parker Bowles.
According to Dorante-Day, he was the result of a relationship they had in 1965, and at the same time Parker Bowles was supposed to disappear from public life for about nine months. This was when Dorante-Day claims that her adoptive grandmother, who had worked as a staff member at Queen Elizabeth’s house at the time, offered to adopt her daughter from Parker Bowles.
Bringing a case to court
Dorante-Day has decided to support her claims by appealing to the family court in her home state of Queensland, Australia, to obtain a paternity test with Prince Charles’ DNA. In preparation for her request to the court, Dorante-Day wrote an open letter to Queen Elizabeth addressing her to “Dear Aka Lilibet (Your Majesty).
An open letter to his (alleged) grandmother
He wrote that he hoped to find him “well and healthy,” though he pointed out that “you hadn’t felt 100% lately.” I am comforted that you are stronger than they think. “He continued,” My wife, Dr. Elvianna, children, and I are approaching you in this open letter to ask you publicly, how long do you expect this abuse to last us and for how long? ”
He and his wife, who is aboriginal, “know that you look at everything we endure, and so do my father,” that is, Prince Charles. “You also know the truth and how easily I can reveal all of this,” Dorante-Day added.
Near the end of the letter came a worrying text that read, “You also know, like my Father, what we are and what we are going to do. More specifically, where we can and to what extent we are going to go. what really happened. ”
Dorante-Day signed the letter “Warm regards, Simon Charles Dorante-Day (e.g. your grandchild).” The full letter can be read here. It is, of course, unclear how this case will proceed in court if Dorante-Day’s petition is upheld. Anyway, it will work out, hopefully he will get the answers he is looking for.