GLOBE magazine has today revealed their intensive investigation, which took place over the last 26-months, to uncover Prince Charles' secret children.
The shocking investigation, which saw the publication 'criss-cross' around the world exposing the prince's forbidden family, includes 'jaw-dropping' DNA tests, financial records, birth certificates, documents and eyewitnesses, proving their claims.
Only Prince William, 35, and Prince Harry, 33, are recognised as Charles' children, and heirs to his $100 million fortune and $1.3 billion Duchy of Cornwall. But, GLOBE claims to have uncovered a daughter and three sons who Charles has fathered over the years.
GLOBE has revealed Charles' love children as:
Jason Jenkins, 33, who they claim 'bears an uncanny resemblance' to half-brother William. Jenkin's father Janet is a Canadian who allegedly had an affair with the Prince during his marriage to Diana.
'I was Charles' lover for 16 years!' Janet todl GLOBE. Janet's proof lies in the 'love notes' Charles wrote to her during their affair that began in 1983. Six of those love notes to Janet sold on eBay for a whopping $28,000 in 2009.
Gordon, 41, is another one of Charles' love children, according to GLOBE. A wealthy businessman in Hanover, Germany, Gordon was reportedly conceived during the prince's days as a Royal Navy Officer on HMS Bronington. GLOBE claims financial documents prove Charles is Gordon's father, but he has asked for his true identity be concealed.
Financial records obtained by GLOBE's explosive report reveal a royal trust paid for Gordon's education, and his mother received a lump sum from the royal family to pay for the child's needs.
Laura Davies, 43, claims to come from Charles' affair with the daughter of an English aristocrat. GLOBE claims Laura's mother was one of the women the media dubbed, 'Charlie's Angels'.
Simon Dotante-Day, 51, is an Australian father of nine who has been insisting for years he is Prince Charles and his current wife Camilla's love child. Simon has previously spoken to New Idea about the evidence that links him to his royal parents.
GLOBE's report has left Her Majesty 'seething' and has left her considering drastic measures.
A royal insider told the publication, 'She believes the British public will never accept Charles as king.'
'Elizabeth is now convinced only naming her grandson William and his popular wife, Kate, as her successors, can save the crown.'
The royal family is yet to respond to GLOBE's shocking investigation.