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An Australian man claiming to bePrince CharlesandCamilla Parker-Bowles’ secret son has reacted to photos comparing him with theroyals.
Simon Dorante-Day, 55, has spent decades trying to prove his bizarre theory.
The Queensland-based engineer was born in Portsmouth in April 1966, and was later adopted by a local family who had ties to theQueen.
He claims his adopted grandmother, who had worked in the Palace, told him that his real mum and dad were the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Charles and Camilla would have been teenagers at the time, decades before they were officially a couple.
Facebook users recently shared photos of Simon as a schoolchild and compared them to pictures of Charles and Camilla.
They also posted a snap of Simon alongside a younger Queen Elizabeth, with one commenting: “I can certainly see the proof in all the photos.”
Another user said “you have the Queen’s eyes” and a third called him “Camilla’s double”.
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Reacting to the photos, Simon told 7NEWS.com.au: “I’m always getting recognised.
“I got photographed by another passenger on a train last week, on my way to Family Court. He was even videoing me at one point.”
He added: “I’ve travelled all around the world and I’ve always had people stop me and say ‘Gee you look familiar’ – without being able to put a finger on it.
“Some used to tell me point blank that I looked like a royal, without knowing my story. It’s been a common occurrence throughout my life.”
During his time in the UK, Simonclaims he was taken to various homes to meet with Camilla.
Simon believes he was taken to Broadlands House, a stately home in Hampshire owned by the Mountbatten family – who have family ties to theroyals.
The Queen andPrince Philipwere pictured in the house’s grounds for their diamond wedding anniversary in 2007.
Simon earlier said: “I have very clear memories of both the inside of the house and the grounds.
“I only stayed there for a few hours at a time, but I was there multiple times.”
The royals have never commented on the unfounded allegations.
- Prince Charles
- Camilla Parker Bowles
- Royal Family
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