Man who bizarrely claims he’s Charles and Camilla’s son shares new comparison photos

A man who bizarrely insists he’s the love child of Prince Charles and Camilla has shared comparison photos with his so-called ‘parents’.

Engineer Simon Dorante-Day, from Australia, has posted what he believes is fresh “proof” of his outlandish claim to be part of the British Royal Family.

The 55-year-old has uploaded two photos of himself against two of the Duchess of Cornwall to Facebook, writing: “If you can’t see it now you really aren’t looking.”

Mr Dorante-Day, who has fathered nine children himself, had previously shared comparison shots with the Prince of Wales, as well as an image of his son Liam alongside a youthful-looking Queen in her 20s.

He is convinced the royal pair conceived him as teenagers when Charles was 17 and Camilla 18 – several years prior to when they are believed to have actually met in 1970 – before he was adopted.

His adoptive grandparents Winifred and Ernest were employed as a cook and gardener for Her Majesty and Prince Philip.

Mr Dorante-Day said they informed him on multiple occasions that he was a royal son.

And he has filed documents to the Australian High Court demanding the Duke and Duchess take DNA tests, having failed with three previous legal attempts.

Following his latest post, his supporters have been quick to support his outlandish claims.

One wrote: “Oh I see it plain and clear in my opinion.”

While another added: “My goodness the resemblance is crazy, although I think you have Charles’ nose.”

A third said there was an “indisputable likeness” and “the evidence is plain to see”.

Mr Dorante-Day has claimed previously that Charles and Camilla – who married in 2005 – have ignored his letters to them.

In another Facebook post last week, he alleged he was “pinned” down by a dentist as a child so his sharp canine teeth could be “ground flat” to remove similarities to the royals.

And he also previously said his eye colour was altered from blue to brown when he was eight so he looked less regal.

In 2019, Mr Dorante-Day said revealing the truth has only been possible following the death of Charles’ first wife Princess Diana in 1997.

He said the tragic People’s Princess “knew of my existence and she had put the pieces together” and was about to go public with the information.

Mr Dorante-Day was born in Gosport, Hampshire, before being taken to Australia.

Charles and Camilla have never publicly responded to his claims.