The man who considers himself the grandson of Elizabeth II has spoken about the death of the queen: he assures that the loss will not disturb his plans to prove the truth

The 56-year-old, who now lives in Queensland, says his daughter Meriam told him of His Majesty’s death on Friday morning.

“Like all people, I was deeply touched and saddened by her death. Ever since I learned of the death of my grandmother, aka Lilibet, I have been receiving non-stop messages of condolences. Thank you to everyone for your kind words, thoughts and concern”, wrote S. Ch. Dorante Day.

S. Ch. Dorante Day, who since 2018 claims to be the king Charles III and Camilla would provide a DNA sample to establish paternity and maternity, says the Queen’s death means it will be much more difficult for him to get to the roots of his biological heritage. Nevertheless, he vowed to continue to make huge efforts to try to find out that the new king and queen consort are his biological parents.

“Like most of you have written, my family and I mourn not only the death of the queen, but also the loss of another opportunity to solve this issue more easily. So, despite the lost opportunity to hear her version of events and the pain of loss weighing on all of us, both publicly and personally, things will go on as they have been,” said the man.

The father of nine himself believes the Queen will finally be free to do whatever she wants, and wants her life in the afterlife to be “free of prejudice” and to finally be reunited with the love of her life and best friend, the Duke of Edinburgh.

S. Ch. According to Dorante Day, he doesn’t think the Queen would want her death to be mourned, she would rather have fun and remember what was important to her and what she managed to change during her reign. A man whose wife and children are Indigenous Australians says his family will be taking part in sacred Indigenous cultural ceremonies for the occasion.

“We are all going through the same loss together. Whatever our feelings, political beliefs, faith or values, it has been an integral part of our lives for a long time. Elizabeth II touched each and every one of us. My wife, my entire family and I greatly appreciate all of your understanding and respect during this difficult time. Rest in peace, you are in God’s hands now, I know a piece of you will always be with me,” wrote the alleged grandson of Elizabeth II.

S. Ch. Dorante Day was born in Portsmouth, United Kingdom on April 5, 1966. At the age of eight, he was adopted and went to live in Australia with his family.

Both S. Ch. Dorante Day’s adoptive parents worked for the Queen and Prince Philip, and he claims his grandmother repeatedly and directly told him he was the son of Charles and Camilla.

S. Ch. Dorante Day claims that the future king and Camilla had a close relationship as early as 1965, a year before the date on his birth certificate.

The man claims that Camilla disappeared from public life in the United Kingdom nine months before his birth, and the future king was sent to Australia.

S. Ch. Dorante Day says that Camilla allegedly raised him until he was eight months old, hiding it from the world, with the help of the entire royal family and staff.

However, at the age of eight months, he was already too big to hide, so it was agreed that he would be adopted by the daughter of one of the employees.

Unfortunately, this sequence of events contradicts official records, which state that the couple did not meet until five years later.

S. Ch. Dorante Day says his own research has revealed that King Charles II and Queen Consort Camilla became intimate in 1965, even claiming they met at Winston Churchill’s funeral in January of that year. The man claims that one of the conditions of the adoption was to keep the names Simon and Charles.

The official version predicts that Charles and Camilla met during a polo match in Windsor Great Park in 1970. If we believe the legend, she introduced herself to the future king with the phrase: “You know, my great-grandmother was your great-great-grandfather’s lover – what do you have to do with that?”. The words were addressed to Edward VII and his mistress Alice Keppel.

Camilla finally married Prince Charles in 2005, ten years after her divorce from Andrew Parker Bowles in 1995.

S. Ch. Dorante Day has spent the last few years in court trying to demand paternity and maternity tests.

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