He’s the man who claims to be Prince Charles and Camilla’s secret ‘love child’ and now Simon Dorante-Day has opened up on the royal couple’s hectic trip to Australia.
Simon, who sensationally revealed in October that he plans to take Charles and Camilla to court to prove he’s their son, said he believes he’s the reason Camilla decided to cancel her part in the tour altogether.
Last week, it was reported that Camilla has pulled out of the trip to Australia, where she was supposed to be attending the opening of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
The Duchess’ travel sickness was blamed for the late cancelation, with sources claiming Camilla isn’t very good with such long-haul flights.
However, despite the fact that Camilla has thrown a spanner in the works, Simon has admitted he’s still pressing ahead with his court proceeding.
“When I heard she wasn’t coming, the first thing that came to my mind was that she didn’t want to confront me in court,” Simon told New Idea.
Prince Charles is still due to visit Australia in April, but if he chooses not to attend court while he’s here, Simon said it will go on without him.
“And based on the evidence I give, the court can rule on my parentage without them even being in there or taking the test,” he said.
Simon has been giving interviews for the past few years on how he is supposedly related to one of the most famous family’s in the world.
Simon was born in the UK in 1966 and when he was 18-months-old he was adopted.
His grandparents worked for the royal family, with one being a cook and another a gardener.
Simon said his grandparents dropped hints about who his birth parents were and before her death, his grandmother told him the shocking news.
Speaking to Today Tonight last year, Simon said his grandmother told him they were “always worried” that they couldn’t protect him and that at some time in his life he would learn the truth.
He also revealed that he has written an emotional letter to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, ahead of her arrival in Australia, where he told her that he believes she is his biological mother and pleaded with her to “speak out”.
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