An Australian man has bizarrely claimed to be Prince Charles and Camilla’s son – because he believes he bears a resemblance to the couple.
Simon Dorante-Day, 52, claims he was born when they were teenagers, but was put up for adoption .
In a series of outlandish statements, he also alleged that Princess Diana was set to go public with his identity before her death in 1997.
Clarence House has declined to comment on Mr Dorante-Day’s claims.
But in an interview with Australian magazine New Idea, he said: "We believe that Diana knew of my existence and that she had put the pieces together.
"I think Diana was at a point where she was finding out answers about her life, how she was wronged, and she was going to go public with it."
Simon claims his adoptive grandmother, Winifred – who worked for the Queen and Prince Philip along with her husband Ernest – told him "many times" that he was "Charles and Camilla’s child".
"She didn’t just hint at it, she told me outright," he said.
Simon, born in Gosport, Hampshire on April 5, 1966, was adopted at 18 months old by a couple named Karen and David Day.
He would have had to have been conceived in 1965, when Charles was 17 years old and Camilla aged 18.
He continued: "Someone had commented on my facial bone structure being the same as Her Maj.
"The Camilla-style hair doesn’t miss."
Simon, who calls himself "Prince Simon" on social media, would now like a DNA test to "end his 40 year search".
He often shares updates on his Facebook page.
One of friends recently wrote: "You very much look like Camilla’s brother. I wish you all the best with your case."
Another posted: "Simon there is no doubt you are of royal blood. Why can’t they just come out and admit it."
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