She lives with husband Nigel, 48, and their two sons in a five-bedroom detached house in Bowden, Cheshire.
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The newly retired steel fabricator and his wife have been married for 42 years and have three children and an undisclosed number of grandchildren who Mayrhofer didn't want to discuss.
They have since hired a group of advisers to help them handle the money, he said.
'It meant so much to me, and I sobbed my way through their graduations.He says: 'We were watching TV for the draw when my numbers came.We've always worked hard but it's been fantastic to be able to spend time doing things with our boys.We sold it, and bought a three-bedroom house with more than an acre of land._ "Don't Waste Your Money" is a registered trademark of Scripps Media, Inc.Paul and I went away norsk rikstoto dagens spill on a 10 caravan holiday for a week in Newquay to unwind after winning.Her husband Paul died in July 2010 and she lives in a two-bedroom converted loft in Torquay with her son.She lives in Andalucia, Spain with partner Gary,.Property is the most popular area for winners to spend their money.The Lottery bought our family closer.Nikki Otterburn 42, from Thirsk, North Yorkshire, won 2,216,029 in November 2001.
He lives with wife Cheryl, 48, in a five-bedroom home.
She says: 'We were on holiday at a caravan park in Minehead when we bought our winning Lucky Dip ticket.
He says: 'When I won I enjoyed all the luxuries you would expect - even featuring my winning lottery numbers on the bottom of my 50 foot swimming pool.