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Simon Dorante-Day, who claims to be the secret son of Charles III and Camilla, wants to make a documentary about his fate.

The Australian announced that he had contacted "top" producers from the UK and US.

And he's hoping Netflix or some other big company will sign him.

His main goal is to publicize his long-term research about his real parents.

The 56-year-old, who currently lives in Queensland, Australia, continues to push for a DNA test to prove his parentage.

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After Elizabeth II died, the man wrote on social networks that he mourned the fact that he never got to see her in person and called her his grandmother.

He then vowed to continue to assert that he is Prince Charles and Camilla's heir.

Dorante-Day confirmed to Australia's 7News that he is currently in talks for a documentary.

And no wonder now that Charles is now king, he enjoys special interest not only from the British.

β€œIn recent weeks I have been inundated with many documentary filmmakers and film companies wanting to share my story.

I didn't expect this to happen, but I'm glad it did.

I am considering their offers," he explains of his plans.

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The man also says that he would like to see his story on Netflix or a similar streaming platform that has a huge audience.

That way, more people will know about his pain.

Simon is planning a trip to the UK.

According to the Daily Mail, Dorante-Day will soon arrive on the Island to continue the search for his parents.

Many British media outlets are expected to seek him out.

"I know that sharing my story and letting as many people as possible know about my allegations will be key to getting Charles and Camilla to respond to me," says the Australian.

According to the man, with the right legal means, he will eventually get to a DNA test.

β€œI'm looking forward to coming back to the UK and really stepping up my search for answers.

I even have radio interviews lined up in Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin and Portsmouth," he told 7News.

Dorante-Day was born in Gosport, near Portsmouth, on April 5, 1966. Although he was adopted, he did not grow up deprived.

A man and woman who served in the British royal court became his adoptive parents a few months after his birth.

According to his account, they were his grandparents who told him that Charles and Camilla were his parents.

According to the Australian, the current king and queen consort became close in 1965, or a year before he was born.

It was then that Camilla disappeared from public view, while Charles was sent by his mother for several months in Australia.

However, the official information in Great Britain claims that the two started dating 5 years after Simon was born.

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The man, who has nine children and a happy marriage, wrote a letter to Elizabeth II years ago.

In it, he demanded that a DNA test be done on his parentage.

But he never got an answer.

After his divorce from Princess Diana and her tragic death, Charles married Camilla.

This happened in 2005, nearly 10 years after she divorced Andrew Parker Bowles, writes "Telegraph".