AN Aussie engineer who claims he's Prince Charles and Camilla's son has shared new "proof" he's related to the Royal Family.
Simon Dorante-Day, 55, who insists he is the secret love child of Charles and Camilla, often shares bizarre comparison images on his Facebook page which receive hundreds of reactions and comments from his loyal fans.
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In his latest post, the father-of-nine shared two new comparison photos of him and Camilla.
"If you can't see it now you really aren't looking," he wrote, pointing to the likeness between the pair.
One of the images compares two photos of Simon and Camilla smiling, while the other shows them taking a more serious pose.
His supporters were quick to support his claims, with one writing: "Oh I see it plain and clear in my opinion."
"My goodness the resemblance is crazy, although I think you have Charles' nose," another said.
Others said there was an "indisputable likeness" and "the evidence is plain to see".
It comes after Simon shared an image comparing his son Liam to the Queen when she was in her 20s and said he was "blown away" when he first saw the images side-by-side.
Simon 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.
Simon alleges the royal lovebirds grew close in 1965, and claims Charles was sent to Australia and Camilla disappeared from the public scene for months.
He was born in Gosport, Hamps, in April, 1966 and he has even filed papers to the High Court in a bid to force the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall to take a DNA test.
The engineer claims 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 also believes the names of his birth parents are "fictitious" and the official documents from his adoption are written in his mum’s handwriting.
Not surprisingly, Charles and Camilla have not responded to his claims.
And last week, Simon claimed he was "pinned" down by a dentist to shave down his sharp canines and erase any similarities to the Royal Family.
Alongside a picture of the Queen smiling, he wrote in a Facebook post: "This photo exemplifies why my canine teeth were ground flat."
He claimed he was sent to the dentist for the procedure after his sister's boyfriend bunked with Prince Andrew while training at Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth in 1979.
Simon said his sister's boyfriend "taught Andrew to darn his socks" and described how "Andrew cried at night, keeping others awake".
After the boyfriend withdrew from the college, Simon said the man pulled him aside and said "he had something really important" to tell him.
He said he never found out what the "important" information was – but just days later, he was taken to the dentist to get his teeth "polished".
And once he arrived, he claimed he was "pinned" down by the dentist and his teeth were ground down.
"The dentist leaned over me, pinned me with his weight in the chair, so I couldn't move, and proceeded to grind the canine teeth level with the others. I remember it ALL very clearly," he wrote.
"Once he flattened the tip of the canines, he had to level up the incisors so I was pinned down whilst my teeth were ground down for some time!"
Simon has previously claimed his eye colour and his teeth were changed so he looked less regal.
Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on ITV’s This Morning, he said he was "made to undergo a procedure that changed his eye colour from blue to brown" when he was eight-years-old.
"I don’t think that they had any choice but to do that," Simon said.
"But it was because of the gossip in Portsmouth around the time. In those times, blue and blue made blue. There was never any inquisition about that.
"So my optometrist will tell you that one of my lenses is perfectly round and one of them is oval shaped like a football – a rugby football. So this is why I have a vision problem. So something was done to my eyes."
And Simon previously claimed the Royal Family have spent "years" hiding from the "truth".
In 2019, he said he believes the truth would have been revealed if it wasn't for the death of Princess Diana in 1997.
"We believe that Diana knew of my existence and that she had put the pieces together," he said.
"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."
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