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Charles and Camilla’s ‘secret son’ claims shadowy forces changed his eye colour

An Australian man who bizarrely claims he is Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles alleged that "powerful" forces changed his eye colour and replaced his teeth.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day, from Queensland, has been convinced of his wild theory for years.

The 54-year-old believes that he was born when Charles and Camilla were first dating, but was put up for adoption to cover up a potential scandal.

Despite being laughed out of court on several occasions, Dorante-Day is determined to prove his theory that he, and not Prince William, is the second in line to the throne.

Dorante-Day has posted dozens of photos to his Facebook page that supposedly highlight his close resemblance to members of the Royal Family, but now he has gone one further, claiming that his appearance was surgically altered to reduce his resemblance to his secret parents.

Alongside a childhood photo of himself dressed as Sixties advertising mascot The Milky Bar Kid, he wrote: “This was at the Methodist church and for years I wondered why we switched from Methodist church to Anglican Church – well the timing was the same as the school change, and the eye colour change!”

He goes on to say that the change in his appearance over the years also highlights that the immense power and influence that “whoever was in control” had.

The shadowy figures responsible for the unprecedented eye colour change would have needed to: “control the Council, find a medical facility advanced enough to undertake the surgery, and have enough funds to pay for all this.”

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“Even the Day family didn't have that much control nor funds,” he says, adding “I also acknowledge that even at that stage there would be little Charles and Camilla could have done other than be bystanders and watch from the sidelines.”

In another post, Dorante-Day explains why he refuses to take a DNA test to prove his claim.

He says: “I am not going to hand my, or potentially the Royal DNA, over to any database, on cultural and legal ground, especially when it doesn't give me any more evidence than I already have and can prove”.

Dorante-Day bases his claims on statements made by his grandmother.

He told New Idea magazine: “My grandmother, who worked for the Queen, told me outright that I was Camilla and Charles’ son many times".

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A previous court action, designed to prove his so-called royal ancestry, coincided with the news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markleplanned to step away from their status as working royals.

He said at the time: “The government and the palace would’ve learnt about my High Court submissions just before Christmas, and I have no doubt it would’ve caused panic,” he said.

“Then we hear of Harry announcing that he was stepping back from the royal family, all the crisis talks at Sandringham Estate with the Queen, Charles and William. It’s all a very big coincidence!"

Simon was born on April 5, 1966, in Gosport, in Hampshire.

When he was 18 months old, he was adopted by a local couple named Karen and David Day.

He claims his adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, both worked for Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Philip in one of their royal households.

He further claims Ernest was honoured by Her Majesty.

According to Mr Dorante-Day, the Duchess of Cornwall, then Camilla Shand, mysteriously disappeared for at least nine months in 1966, and Prince Charles was sent on a tour of Australia at around the same time.

“Charles, Camilla and the Queen have spent years hiding from the truth, running from the truth about me, but no more. We need answers.”

Clarence House has never commented on Dorante-Day’s unfounded claims.

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