Charles ‘illegitimate son’ says he’s ‘not intimidated’ by ‘dad’ now he’s king

A man who claims to be the illegitimate son of King Charles III and his now wife Camilla has said he's not afraid of the battle that faces him as he seeks recognition.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day has long claimed that Charles and Camilla are his biological parents and has been fighting a drawn-out battle to have his voice heard.

In a recent interview, Simon claimed that despite the man he is trying to take on now being the King, he's not worried.

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7NEWS posed the question of whether Simon was intimidated by the fact that the person he so desperately wanted answers from was the King of the UK.

"Not really," he said. "Like I said, the mountain doesn't change, it's still a mountain.

"I'm going to climb it, so – I've got to climb it to get over it, that's the way it is."

Simon's wife added: "And we appreciate the opportunity to let him know that we haven't given up.

Nodding passionately she said, "and he'll still see us.

"We have not given up and we will address him via law L.A.W and lore L.O.R.E."

Earlier in the interview, Simon had expressed his concern about the amount of work he still had to do.

"It's frustrating. To me, there's a mountain in front of me, whether it's male or female, whether it's the Queen or whether it's Charles, I've still got that mountain to climb to get to the truth.

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"And that's what it's about, is the truth."

Simon was asked what he intended to do next, and he outlined a clear plan for his next moves, regardless of the fact that his alleged 'father' was now the King.

"As a quick recap of where I'm at: It's business as usual", Simon said.

"I'll be going back to the court at some point, so there are several options I'm reviewing there.

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"Obviously, they aren't simple moves so they'll a bit of discussion with some legal experts outside of myself and my wife.

"And we will be heading back to court to push for the DNA and to push for the answers.

"There's no point in me going anywhere with Anscestor.com, I'll get laughed at by the Judges."

He continued: "The truth needs to be told," adding, "Ok you want to hold me to account then he needs to be honest and he needs to come forward. I think if he wants the respect of the Commonwealth that's one thing he needs to do is clear this up. "

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