AN AUSSIE who bizarrely claims he is Prince Charles and Camilla’s love child says Mother's Day was "hard" for him.
Simon Dorante-Day, born in the UK but now living in Queensland, claims he was conceived in 1965 when he says Charles and Camilla were first romantically linked.
The 55-year-old father of nine believes the couple conceived him when Charles was just 17, and Camilla 18 and he was later adopted by a family who had links to the Royal Family.
Sunday marked Mother's Day in Australia, where Mr Dorante-Day now lives – prompting him to post on Facebook.
He said: "It's Mothers Day over here in Australia today.
"So a very Happy Mother's Day to all of you who fulfil the role of mother wherever you are.
"Also, a big hug to all those of you who miss their Mother, never got to speak to or touch their Mother, never knew their Mother, and Mother's who have lost or had to give up their children.
“Elvie (his wife) and I feel like we see many members of the Royal Family in our children, but this one was an eye opener,” he said.
"I feel your pain – Everyday, and I know she does too."
And he later added: "Thank you all for the beautiful comments, wishes, and messages on yesterday's Mothers Day post, always a hard day for me, you all certainly helped."
Unsurprisingly, Charles and Camilla have not responded to his heritage claims but he has also aired them on TV shows such as This Morning, where hosts were forced to cut the ill-tempered interview short after Simon's wife Elvianna swore.
He says his adoptive grandparents Winifred and Ernest worked as a cook and gardener for the Queen and Prince Philip and told him "many times" he was Charles and Camilla's child.
He even compared a photo of his son Liam to the monarch when she was in her 20s and said he was “blown away” when he first saw the images side-by-side.
“Yes can see resemblance. Also lots of other people from all sides. Prince Philip's family. Also the royal family. I think you have same type of features as Philip,” one woman wrote.
Mr Dorante-Day shared the new comparison image on his Facebook page where it quickly received hundreds of reactions and comments, reports news.com.
Users commented: “It would be wonderful if it came out. It would be good not bad. The people would be on side.”
“Yes, I saw the resemblance of Liam to Elizabeth in the photo you shared today and thought, wow,” another said.
“Too many similarities between yourself, your children and others for it to be a mere coincidence or conspiracy theory.”
Simon was born in Gosport, Hamps, in April 1966 has even filed papers to the High Court in a bid to force the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall to take a DNA test.
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