An Australian man claiming to be the secret love child of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles has made a new shocking claim - that the Royal Family had his teeth and eyes altered to conceal his true identity.
Appearing on This Morning with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, 55-year-old Simon Dorante-Day continued his crusade to prove he was adopted out by Charles and Camilla when he was still a baby.
The Perth grandfather's story goes that Camilla is his real mother, and kept him until the age of eight months old, using the royals and various protection offers to keep him a secret. When he was getting too old to hide, Dorante-Day claims it was arranged that one of the Queen's former staffers would have her daughter adopt him.
"I was walking to my nan's [house] when I was about five or six and I heard nan say to mum, 'Well, the visitations have got to stop, he's going to remember them,'" he told This Morning.
"I walked in the door and said, 'Remember what?' and of course I copped a mouthful for talking out of turn."
Of his assertion that his eyes and teeth had been tampered with when he was eight years old, Dorante-Day said: "I don't think that they had any choice but to do that."
"But it was because of the gossip in Portsmouth around the time. In those times, blue and blue made blue. There was never any inquisition about that."
Dorante-Day added that his optometrist had told him one of his lenses was perfectly round and the other "oval-shaped like a rugby football", which he claimed was proof a procedure had taken place.
"So this is why I have a vision problem... something was done to my eyes."
This Morning host Philip Schofield called Dorante-Day's claims "extraordinary".
"Holly [Willoughby]'s got blue eyes but she's never made any claims on royal descent," he pointed out.
Schofield also said the ITV daytime show had spoken to a specialist at Moorfield Eye Hospital who said that they aren't aware of the procedure Dorante-Day was referring to, adding that it would have been incredibly dangerous in the early 70s.
This Morning also invited royal biographer Robert Jobson on the show to get his opinion on Dorante-Day's claims. Jobson called Dorante-Day's story "a bit of stretch", adding that assertions of eye colour being tampered with sounded "more like a James Bond movie than the truth".
The conversation between Jobson and Dorante-Day quickly got heated, with the Australian man's wife chiming in from off-camera, yelling about "knowing the truth" before the interview was cut short.