An Australian engineer has come forwards to pay tribute to his late “grandmother,” Queen Elizabeth. The engineer claims that he is the illegitimate lovechild of King Charles III and Queen consort Camilla and that he was born in Australia.
The unfortunate event was brought to the attention of Simon Charles Dorante-Day, a citizen of the United Kingdom. He currently resides in the state of Queensland in Australia, with his daughter when he awoke on Friday morning.
On Facebook, Simon commented, “Like everyone on the earth, it would be difficult not to be impacted and saddened by her loss.” He went on to say that “it would be difficult not to be impacted and saddened by her death.”
“Ever since I learned that my grandma, also known as Lilibet, had passed away, I’ve been besieged with letters of condolence for the loss of a loved one.
I would want to thank everyone for their kind, nice comments, and concern.
Since the year 2018, Mr. Dorante-Day has been a proponent of having Charles and Camilla undergo a DNA test.
The passing of Her Majesty, on the other hand, not only denotes the painful loss of a monarch, but it also denotes the passage of time during which he might “amicably” delve into his ancestry. This is because the time has passed since the death of Her Majesty.
He has since stated that he will persist in his efforts to advance and demonstrate conclusively that his father, the newly crowned King Charles III, is in fact his biological father.
According to the Daily Mail, both of his adopted parents worked as domestics in the residences of the royal family members the Queen and Prince Charles, including the Queen and Prince Charles.
According to his parents, who had always told him that he was Charles and Camilla’s son, he claims that the King and his Queen consort began their close friendship in 1965, which is one year before the date on his birth certificate. He bases this claim on the fact that his parents told him that he was Charles and Camilla’s son.
When I ask him about it, he tells me, “Dr. David, people need to be respectful of my family’s privacy while we deal with our loss.”
While he continues to fight his battle, however, he has asked that his family’s privacy be respected as they come to terms with the loss. He has stated that he and his family would appreciate people’s understanding and respect, saying: “Dr. Elvianna, my family, and I would appreciate people’s understanding and respect that we too are experiencing Sorry Business, for our own reasons, in our own way.”