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A Queensland, Australia man who claims to be the secret son of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla this week shared the latest letter he had sent to Queen Elizabeth II, who would become his paternal grandmother.

Simon DoranteDay, 56, has been highlighted in the international press with claims he is a member of the British royal family. He claims to have come to this conclusion after decades of researching its origin.

DoranteDay never revealed the contents of the private note which was sent out in November last year and decided it was the right time. In the text, he appealed to the monarch to intervene and take action regarding his case.

“I think it’s time it’s time for the world to read this,” he told Australia’s 7NEWS. “Until now I have kept the contents of the letter confidential, but since she has passed away I see fit to share my most recent correspondence with her.”

The alleged son of Charles III. adds: “When she died, I was disappointed that she died without responding to my message. That was my first thought just sad because that window of opportunity has closed.”

In the letter to Elizabeth II, DoranteDay explained that she reached out to the monarch after she approached Queensland GovernorGeneral Jeanette Young about the situation.

“I take the liberty of raising it through the governor’s office, but given the position my family and I are in, we believe this action is warranted,” he wrote.

The Queensland resident then went on to claim that his current appearance was altered by a series of medical procedures during his childhood.

“I can certainly understand and to some extent forgive the actions that have been taken in the past regarding my existence, but I cannot forget what happened,” he continued. “I believe these actions were taken to disguise my true identity.”

DoranteDay claims his adoptive grandmother who had worked for the Queen told her that King Charles III and Camilla Parker were her birth parents.

“Also, over the years that they’ve lived with the Day family, my foster grandparents Winifred and Earnest Bowlden have always spoken about their time working for the Royal Family.” In 1998, my foster grandmother, Winifred, told me my birth parents were Charles and his wife Camilla.”

The alleged member of the royal family ended the note by asking for help with the case.

“It would be naïve of me to think that you are ignorant of my allegations. Even if you haven’t followed what’s happening so far. In addition, you will all know what measures I have recently initiated and how much attention they have already received,” says DoranteDay.

He concludes, “I am writing on behalf of my family and myself to ask for your help in solving this problem and stopping this global onslaught. May God give you the strength to carry on.”

DoranteDay said he was looking forward to going headtohead against the new British monarch: “Now I’m looking to the future and I’m ready to face Charles.”

It makes no difference to me whether the mountain in front of me is male or female. It doesn’t matter to me how high this mountain is. I have yet to climb to prove what I know to be true. So nothing has changed since then.”

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Simon DoranteDay was born on April 5, 1966 in Gosport, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

At the age of 8 months he was adopted by a local couple named Karen and David Day. His foster grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Bowlden, had worked for the Queen and Prince Philip in one of the royal households.

DoranteDay’s grandmother often told him that he was the son of Camilla and Charles. “She didn’t just imply, she told me openly,” he says.

The suspected royal family’s research showed him that Charles and Camilla became close in 1965, when the monarch was sent to Australia.

One historian tried to corroborate the version of history, noting that at the hospital where DoranteDay was born — as listed on his birth certificate — no one gave birth to a single baby in the 1960s.

The presumed son of Charles III. claims Camilla kept him with her until he was 8 months old, using Royal and Conservation officers to help hide him. He says when he got very old it was agreed that one of the former employees of the Queen’s house would adopt her daughter.

DoranteDay said he remembered being taken to homes around Portsmouth as a boy. There he spent time with the woman he believed to be Camilla while protection officers and foster parents waited outside.

He also claims that he was given the names “Simon” and “Charles” by his birth parents. “My foster mother told me it was a condition of the adoption that my last name and middle name stay the same,” he said. “Charles and Camilla had a close friend named Simon at the time.”

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