Former orphan. Mother. Grandmother.

Welcome to my website. I created this website in an effort to show the world that there are real royal descendants out here (not many). Many people claim to be royally descended, but they don't have proof to back up their claim. I was raised as an orphan, and only discovered I was royal, after a simple DNA test from DDC. I then asked several genealogical professionals for help. They took my family tree back to King David, and even discovered that Saint Joseph of Arimathea (Virgin Mary's uncle) was my 75th Great Grandfather. I firmly believe that God intervened on my behalf. God wanted me to know. It has been an amazing journey of discovery. Take a look at my website and Family Tree. I think you'll enjoy them.

Carolyn Ann Whitbeck-Sosbee at age 56.

Here is a link to just one of the newspaper companies who decided to run her story.

After 3 years of work, I've completed my new book. It's called: "The Orphan's Discovery," and it's available on


My Bio

I was raised in an orphanage in South Texas. Throughout my childhood, I yearned to know who I was, and where I came from. It wasn't until I became an adult, and had a few kids of my own, did I figure out what to do. I petitioned the State of Texas, asking them to unseal my birth records. They agreed. That's when I discovered who my biological parents were.

Whitbeck Family Tree

Completed 19 November 2018

"In all of us there is a hunger, marrow deep, to know our heritage - to know who we are and where we came from. Without this enriching knowledge, there is a hollow yearning. No matter what our attainments in life, there is still a vacuum, an emptiness, and the most disquieting loneliness"

Alex Haley of "Roots"

After completing my Family Tree, I began researching the validity of the British Royal Family. What I discovered was incredible. In 1900, Queen Victoria of England hired and paid a historian named R. H. Milner, 10 million pounds to build the British Royal Family Tree. Without computers or databases, Mr. Milner built the family tree. However, he included fictional characters such as King Arthur, and Robin Hood. He did not have any royal DNA either. He claimed to have taken the Royal Family Tree back to King David. Now this huge family tree sits framed on one of the castle walls collecting dust. It has never been verified or validated by any professional historian or genealogist. Since Queen Elizabeth II has forbidden all members of the Royal Family to provide their DNA for matching purposes, the world will never know for certain.

In 2015, Scientists discovered the remains of King Richard III on a former battlefield (now a car park) in England, and extracted his DNA. Surprisingly,  his DNA did not match any current member of the Royal Family. It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone though. Just think back to who the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha family is, and where they came from. They're German; not British at all. Why did King George (Elizabeth II's father) change the family name from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, to Windsor? During World War I, anti-German sentiment was very high due to the actions of Kaiser Wilhelm. So George decided to change it to something more British. Remember that Prince Albert was of the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha family too.

It's well known that he preferred the company of men. It's also well known that Queen Victoria was very cozy with a Scottish Horse Master/Stable Man who worked for her. Many people think it was him who sired the Queen's children. Now, fast-forward to 2016: I used highly trained professionals, as well as a renowned DNA Scientist to develop and match my DNA profile. With over 10,000 researchers working from locations all over the globe; they were able to take my family tree back to King David. My tree also includes my 75th Great Grandfather, Saint Joseph of Arimathea (the uncle of Virgin Mary); hundreds of Kings and Queens from Britain, Norway, Denmark and Sweden; as well as twenty of the twenty-five Barons of the Magna Carta.

One nationality that's missing from my Family Tree, are Germans. This is a good indication that R. H. Milner put whatever he wanted to on Queen Victoria's Tree. Unfortunately, the current British, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish Royal families desperately want to maintain their tight grip on the thrones they sit upon. None of them will offer up their DNA for matching purposes; to prove they're actually entitled to sit on the throne. Many of them are also of German descent. How did Germans come to sit on many of Europe's thrones? Here I am; an orphan, never knowing where I came from; until now. When I contacted the Royal Family of Norway; King Harald V congratulated me, but offered nothing else. It's because he knows I am far more royal than he is.

What this all means is that you don't have to possess royal blood, in order to be royal. You just have to be a good liar, and convincing. People should really question the authenticity of the current royals. There's a good chance they're German too. Blindly following them, without questioning who they are, is ignorant. My blood does match the blood of the last Plantagenet King; as well as the Capet, Anjou dynasties. My proof is irrefutable.

Dr. George Chandler, DNA Scientist

Dr. Chandler was very helpful in explaining the DNA process and the science behind it. He also explained the discovery of King Rollo, and how I was connected to it. Thank you Dr. Chandler.

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