• Prince Charles and Camilla allegedly have a secret son 
  • Prince Charles and Camilla have not responded to the rumors
  • Simon Charles Dorante-Day thinks he's second in line to the throne

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ alleged secret son, Simon Charles Dorante-Day, just made another explosive claim about the royals.

According to Extra, the 53-year-old Australian native is convinced that he’s second in line to the throne and not Prince William. Dorante-Day is 53 years old, and he was born in 1966.

If he will be proven to be Prince Charles and Camilla’s biological son, he is definitely much older than Prince William, who is currently second in line to the throne. However, Dorante-Day has not said that he should succeed his alleged father to the throne in the coming years.

Last month, Dorante-Day spoke with New Idea and claimed that he was born out of wedlock when Prince Charles and Camilla were still very young. He reportedly stayed with the Duchess of Cornwall until he was 18 months old before he was adopted by an Australian couple.

Dorante-Day has filed documents in court in an attempt to prove if he’s really related to Prince Charles and Camilla. However, he was laughed at in Queensland because they thought that he was bluffing.

“This is the most explosive thing that’s ever happened to the palace,” says Simon. “It’s definitely the most significant step I’ve taken so far – I’ve had to force a deadline, hold them to date because we need answers,” he said.

As of late, Prince Charles and Camilla have not yet responded to the shocking allegations. But Dorante-Day is convinced that one of the topics that were discussed during the crisis talks in Sandringham was about him.

“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,” he said.

Prince Charles, Camilla
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the reopening of Hillsborough Castle on April 09, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Getty Images/Chris Jackson