Simon Charles Dorante-Day, a 56-year-old Australian who claims to be Charles and Camilla’s secret child, intends to reveal his existence in a Netflix series and send shock waves through the British monarchy.
This man, whose existence we have already mentioned on RTLinfo.be, claims to be the secret child of King Charles III and Camilla, conceived in 1966 in the early stages of their love story.
Approached by many media since his alleged biological father ascended the throne, Simon Charles wants to be the subject of a Netflix documentary and intends to reveal his secret education.
The 56-year-old, who lives in Queensland, Australia, was born in Gosport on the south coast of England in 1966 and was adopted by a local couple.
The father-of-nine claims his adoptive grandparents, who had both worked in the royal household, told him he was the only child of the King and Queen consort.
Simon Charles Dorante-Day says he has been approached by “leading” documentary makers in the UK and US about his claims – which he says stem from years of research.
He claims his research shows the couple met in 1965, a year before she was born, and kept the existence of Camilla’s pregnancy a secret with the help of the royal household.
However, his claims are disputed, as it is widely reported that Charles and Camilla met at a polo match at Windsor Great Park in 1970, maintains the Daily Mail.
Mr. Dorante-Day has spoken for many years about his desire to be recognized by his alleged biological parents. He wants the royal family to submit to a DNA test to prove his genetic heritage.
He now hopes streaming giant Netflix will tell his story in a documentary – a move he says could put pressure on Buckingham Palace to meet his demands.
Speaking to 7News in Australia about his desire to work with Netflix, the makers of drama series ‘The Crown’, he said: “I have been inundated over the past few weeks with many documentary makers and film companies eager to share my story. I didn’t expect this to happen – but I’m glad it did. I study their offers.”
“Ultimately, I’d like to see my story on Netflix, or a similar streaming platform, and I’ll reach out to them to make it happen,” he concludes.