I bought a HUGE fleet of luxury cars when I scooped a £107 million lottery prize

Joe and Jess Thwaite (£184m)

Joe Thwaite, 49, and Jess Thwaite, 46, decided to go public after winning a record-breaking EuroMillions jackpot in May 2022.

The Gloucestershire couple, who have been married for 11 years, won a whopping £184 million.

But when Joe got the email with the shocking news, he didn't even wake hairdresser Jess.

Jess said Joe got up at 5.15am as usual to sort out the couple's dogs.

She said: “When the dogs were happy he looked at his phone and saw the National Lottery email saying: 'Good news, you've won a prize'.”

Joe added: “I looked it up and saw we had won. I saw how much and I didn't know what to do.

“I couldn't sleep anymore, I didn't want to wake Jess, so I just lay there for an eternity.

“I looked for a while for real estate without a budget limit, which was new!”

The Sun revealed last year that the couple are ready to splash the cash on a new fence for their neighbor.

Anonymous (£170m)

This winner decided they would remain hidden when they bagged their £170 million win in October 2019.

That huge jackpot made them richer than Adele, The Sussexes and Ed Sheeran.

Camelot announced that the winner would not be announced publicly unless they decided to do so.

They matched all five cardinal numbers plus the two lucky stars to secure their millions.

Colin and Chris Weir (£161 million)

Colin and Chris Weir won £161 million at the EuroMillions in 2011.

They moved into a beautiful country house and their modest first purchases included a plaid sports jacket, a computer and a tractor.

The Scottish couple initially bought Knock House near Largs, but sold their country home in favor of an even larger property in Troon.

They donated a large portion of their money and set up The Weir Charitable Trust in 2013.

In April 2019, the couple announced they had filed for divorce and released a statement.

In December 2019, Colin passed away at the age of 71 after succumbing to a “short illness”.

He had invested in companies such as Irn-Bru and Greggs, while also sharing around £40 million of the profits with friends and family.

He saved money to give his friends a lobster feast at the funeral.

Adrian and Gillian Bayford (£148.6m)

Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Suffolk won £148.6 million, after exchange rates, on August 10, 2012, after buying a Lucky Dip in a supermarket.

When they realized they had won, they celebrated by taking their children out to dinner.

Just 15 months after winning the jackpot, Gillian divorced Adrian.

Adrian used some of the fortune to set up his own music company and open a store with the world's largest collection of Lady Gaga memorabilia.

Adrian's £6.5million mansion with 189 acres and swimming pool was sold as close friends report it has too many memories of friends who betrayed him.

In February 2017, the wealthy winner's home was burglarized in a £100,000 burglary and he has since settled in Perthshire, not far from his ex-wife.

Meanwhile, Gillian had a bit of a row of her own when her father scolded her, saying he received “only £1million” from his daughter, despite her claims she had given him £20million.

Dad Ian McCulloch said: “Gillian's whole life has been torn apart by lies. Her life is a total mess – a fabrication.”

In August 2018, Gillian married convicted fraudster Brian Deans.

She had a baby during lockdown at the age of 48 and said she had always wanted a baby.

Adrian was recently forced to cancel a music festival after neighbors filed complaints.

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