Builder, 53, claims Megxit was cover-up to hide truth that he's Charles & Camilla's secret son as he launches legal bid

A BUILDER has claimed Megxit was done to hide the truth that he is Prince Charles and Camilla's secret son.

Simon Dorante-Day, 53, says his family ties would have been discussed between the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry at the Sandringham Summit where the Megxit deal was finalised earlier this month.



The British-born engineer claims his adoptive grandparents Winifred and Ernest worked as a cook and gardener for the Queen and Prince Philip who reportedly told him "many time" he was "Charles and Camilla's child".

Simon was born in Gosport, Hamps. in April 1966 and now lives in Queensland where he filed papers to the High Court before Christmas in a bid to force the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall to take a DNA test.

He said they have been sent to a High Court judge in Sydney to review the case.

Simone claims the royal family must have learned of his High Court submission and it would have caused "panic".

He claims his case would have been discussed during the crisis talks at Sandringham.

ROYAL CLAIMS

Simon told New Idea: "While the whole world was thinking they were talking about Harry, we believe this legal battle would’ve also been on the agenda and discussed.

"In his farewell speech, Harry himself alluded to there being ‘other challenges’ and I can’t help but wonder if this case is one."

Simon's case is requesting a mediation session and a "Statement of Paternity".

Simon claims he was adopted by Winifred and Ernest's Karen and David Day when he was 18-months-old.

If his allegations are true, then Simon would have been conceived in 1965, when Charles was 17 and Camilla was 18.

He has spoken multiple times about how he believes then Camilla Shand secured a secret adoptive through his grandparents who reportedly worked for the royal family.

He added: "My grandmother, who worked for the Queen, told me outright that I was Camilla and Charles' son many times."

His wife Elvianna added: "We believe that Camilla fell pregnant to Charles and that Camilla, with the help of her family and the royals, kept Simon until he was 18 months old."

Simon claims the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Queen have spent "years" hiding from the truth.

Simon has previously launched three other court cases before the courts, which relate to his employment and his belief he was unfairly dismissed.

The Sun Online contacted Clarence House for comment.




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