Aussie man who bizarrely claims he’s King Charles' lovechild reveals farfetched plan to pitch Netflix doc on his life | The Sun

Aussie man who bizarrely claims he’s King Charles' lovechild reveals farfetched plan to pitch Netflix doc on his life | The Sun

October 7, 2022

AN AUSSIE man who bizarrely claims he is King Charles' secret lovechild has revealed his elaborate plans to pitch a documentary about his life to Netflix.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 56, wants the world to see his bonkers alleged story of royal riches to rags play out on the big screen.

The father-of-nine says he has been bombarded with offers from US and UK filmmakers who want to lift the lid on his dubious paternity claims.

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September, he says the number of requests has skyrocketed as King Charles took the throne.

Simon staunchly believes he is the secret son of Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, alleging he was conceived in 1965.

He claims the couple conceived him when Charles was just 17, and Camilla 18, forcing the pair to hide their lovechild from the world.

The engineer was born in the UK before being adopted at eight months old by a family who had links to the Royals, who later settled Down Under.

He outlandishly claims his grandmother revealed the identity of his parents on her deathbed and has since made it his mission to prove his far-fetched story.

Simon now wants to broadcast his barmy allegations to an even wider audience by selling his story to a streaming service.

He says he is mulling over offers while hoping Netflix will jump at the chance to tell his tall tale in hopes Buckingham Palace will finally have to address his allegations.

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The dad told "I didn't expect this to happen – but I'm glad it is.

"Ultimately I would like to see my story on Netflix, or a similar streaming platform, and will approach them about doing so.

"I'm taking my case through the proper legal channels, but I know that sharing my story and getting as many people aware of my claims as possible is going to be key to having Charles and Camilla address my claims.

"If sharing my story on Netflix or to a greater TV audience will help do that, then I say let's do it."

Simon also revealed plans to visit the UK to "really ramp up his quest for answers" and be interviewed on radio.

He also let his Facebook followers know about his daring documentary plans while promising to be a "voice" for fellow adoptees.

The 56-year-old wrote: "To the adopted people out there, no, mine isn't the craziest adoption story out there – there's a million!

"The things I hear from every country, the trauma people experience, it's both heartbreaking and amazing. We need a voice. 

"I always knew that when all this went public that adoption would figure as a key issue BUT the scale of this is unreal, I didn't envisage the whole picture.

"I hear your stories, I share your pain and anguish, hopefully this will all provide some light at the end of a very dark tunnel!!"

Simon regularly shares wacky comparisons of him next to members of the Royal family in a bid to prove his likeness.

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He previously posted what he claimed to be "photo proof" of him and Prince William being related as they sported a similar smile.

The Aussie dad also shared a collage of photos comparing his daughter to Princess Charlotte and the Queen as a young girl.

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