Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, a possible hidden love child in the family has raised questions about Buckingham Palace’s history.
Both Charles and Camilla were only 17 years old when they say they became pregnant with their son, Simon Charles Dorante-Day, in 1965, far before they began their relationship with one another.
His unlikely claim has never been validated by evidence, but he is certain that the argument should be settled once and for all.
According to 7 News, Mr. Dorante-Day has reportedly stated that he will initiate new legal actions in order to acquire the new King’s DNA tests.
The man from Queensland posted a link to his interview on Facebook, along with the following text: “Charles got what he wanted: he got the throne, he got his wife, he got it all.”
It’s about time I got the happy ending I’ve been waiting for.
I was really hoping that something would take place, and the fact that nothing occurred is a huge letdown for me.
Especially taking into account the amount of effort and depth I’ve gone to.”
Mr. Dorante-Day is confident that the results of the DNA test will demonstrate that he is the rightful heir to the throne due to the fact that he was born before Prince William.
It was a “kick in the face,” according to him, that William had been honoured with the title of Prince of Wales, which is conferred upon male heirs to the throne and is only awarded to male successors.
“Even though I don’t want to, I still have that impression.
Simply put, I believe that the most Charles can do for me is to respond to my question or recognise my existence.
When he gave William a title like that, I was wondering where my response was.
Where is the test of my DNA?
If you are not my father, then you must provide evidence to the contrary.
Due to the fact that he is currently King of the United Kingdom, Prince Charles is exempt from being required to submit to a DNA test by a British court.