An ex-care worker of late aristocrat Charles Rogers has inherited his country estate worth nearly £50m after a shocking DNA test showed that he is the heir to the manor.
The 31-year-old Jordan Adlard Rogers discovered that he was the illegitimate son of Mr Rogers after he died in the year 2018 and has reportedly moved into the 1,536 acre lavish Penrose Estate located in Cornwall, reported Cornwall Live.
The manor was gifted to the National Trust in the year 1974 by the family in return of a 1,000 year lease in order let Charles as well as his heirs live there.
According to Mr Adlard Rogers, when he was 8 years old, he was always suspicious that he may be the son of Mr Rogers and had made numerous unsuccessful efforts to have a DNA test. He said that after the death of his father, he finally was able to carry out the test.
Mr Adlard Rogers said he plans on establishing a charity to aid people living close to be Helston and Porthleven by using his newly-discovered wealth.
Notably, before getting the DNA test results, Mr Adlard Rogers, who has moved into the estate along with his girlfriend and a baby body, was previously living in the council housing where he worked as community care worker.
He is now entitled to receive the sum of £52,000 annually from the family trust of Rogers.