The shocking news went around the world. On February 5, Buckingham Palace announced that Charles III was suffering from “a form of cancer”. The disease was discovered during his hospitalization for an enlarged prostate. According to the BBC, it is not prostate cancer but the affected organ has not been revealed. “It was during this procedure that a distinct new concern emerged, and it was subsequently diagnosed as a form of cancer,” wrote the Palace in its press release.
“This second pathology will now benefit from appropriate treatment”, we could read. According to Buckingham, “subsequent tests identified a form of cancer”. Faced with illness, the king “remains positive about his treatment and hopes to return to full public service as soon as possible”. After this sad announcement, Charles III received tens of thousands of messages. Including that of Albert of Monaco or that of Meghan Markle’s father.
Far from sharing their pain, his so-called hidden son chose this moment to restart his legal battle. For years, Simon Dorante-Day claims to be the child of Charles III and Camilla Parker Bowles. Determined to demonstrate this supposed parentage, he now wants to compare his DNA with that of Prince Harry. The 57-year-old Australian and his wife Elvianna claim to have been informed by a “reliable source” that the Duke of Sussex would be willing to help them.
“We received advice from a really good, really reliable source that we should approach Harry, make a connection and ask for his DNA,” Elvianna explained. Simon Dorante-Day says he was “surprised” during this conversation. “I’m really going to do ithe assured. I have long supported Harry and Meghan, I find it shameful the way they have been treated by the royal family. The way they are treated on social networks too. This is really starting to annoy me.”
Charles III suffering from cancer: “I hope he recovers”
“So I will contact him and explore this as an opportunity. Ultimately, I feel like he might be as eager as I am to expose what Charles and Camilla and the powers that be did to me. Injustice”, he added to Australian media. Convinced of what he is saying, Simon Dorante-Day believes that since Charles III, Camilla and the Palace have never denied his words, this means that they are correct. “They never denied what I believe, they never told me I was wrong.” he continued.
He will now try to contact Prince Harry, the only one who can help him. In the meantime, he thinks of Charles III and his fight against cancer. “Ultimately, I hope he makes a quick recoveryhe reacted. I don’t want anything to happen to him. I would much rather hear the truth about what happened to me come from his mouth than from a DNA test. If he wants a helping hand, I’ll be more than happy to step in. But first he has to tell the truth.”