BRITAIN'S youngest ever EuroMillions winner has recently found a new way to spend her good fortune – jetting off to Turkey for a second boob job.

Jane Park, who describes herself as the B&M version of Molly-Mae Hague won £1million on a lucky-dip ticket at just 17 years old and splashed the cash on multiple surgeries, holidays to Magaluf, cars and two homes.

But her love for bargain brands hasn't gone away despite becoming a millionaire as she branded herself the 'B&M Molly-Mae Hague' while visiting Karen's Diner.

In one Instagram story, Jane is sitting at a table wearing a makeshift hat with the words 'Molly-Mae from B&M' on it.

At the time of winning, Jane earning just £8-an-hour as an admin temp in her hometown of Edinburgh, Scotland, but she has recently revealed she wished she had never won.

After the win, she quit her job, booked a two month holiday in Magaluf, bought herself a chihuahua, two homes, cars, and an array of designer goods.


I save hundreds by never washing my bedding – people say I’m gross, I don’t care

I lost 5st & spent thousands onfillers after man cheated, people judge me

But it wasn't all plain sailing for Jane, who admits the money has made her feel 'miserable'.

Nine years later, at the age of 27, Jane is set to appear on an episode of Dr Phil in the US called The Curse of the Lottery.

Jane talks to Dr Phil of the tough times she had after becoming a millionaire, including “stalkers and death threats”.

She adds: “I wish I’d never won it, I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.”

Most read in Fabulous

health hopes

I'm a gynaecologist – what we think when you come to us while on your period


I save hundreds by never washing my bedding – people say I’m gross, I don’t care


I’m a mum-of-4 & pregnant again at 41 – I was embarrassed to tell my kids


People stared & judged my outfit in Asda, I don't care I'm proud of my mum bod

She recently went on Dr Phil's show to discuss how winning affected her lifeCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk
One of Jane's luxury cars she bought with her winningsCredit: Instagram

However, that hasn't stopped the young woman from spending her cash on luxury holidays and surgical makeovers.

Her most recent operation included the lottery winner jetting to Turkey for yet another boob job.

Jane has spent around £50,000 of her lottery winnings on surgery including a boob job, a bum lift, liposuction, dental veneers, Botox, lip enhancements and fillers.

Her first boob job saw her go from a 34B to 36FF, costing £4,500, but two weeks ago she decided to get her breast implants reduced.

Over on Instagram, Jane revealed she suffered some complications in the operation as scar tissue had formed itself around one of the implants.

While getting her latest boob job, Jane also managed to fit in time for some inner thigh liposuction.

She said: "So I had my breast implants reduced and uplifted and I also had inner thigh liposuction!

"I went from a 560CC implant over the muscle to a 425CC under the muscle."

And it's not the first time Jane has gone through complications while getting surgery.

In 2017, the beauty fan flew to Turkey for a bum lift that ended with her fighting for her life with suspected sepsis after the botched op.

She previously said: “I was hooked up on drips and I ended up having septicaemia.

“I remember being in there for like a month and when I got to the hospital on the first night, she was like ‘If you had have left that 24 hours later it could’ve been fatal’.”

The brunette beauty is also desperate to find love – she launched a website where lads could apply to date her.

Read More on The Sun

Inside terrifying £250k blackmail plot over Tesco Clubcards

I took my dog to groomer & now he looks like Richard Simmons

The person lucky enough to become her boyfriend would get an annual "allowance" of £60,000 to wine and dine her.

The Scot's luck doesn't appear to be running out either after she told fans of a massive £1,400 Cheltenham Festival win off the back of a £5 bet.

Remember to gamble responsibly

A responsible gambler is someone who:

  • Establishes time and monetary limits before playing
  • Only gambles with money they can afford to lose
  • Never chase their losses
  • Doesn’t gamble if they’re upset, angry or depressed
  • Gamcare –
  • Gamble Aware –

For help with a gambling problem, call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133 or go to to be excluded from all UK-regulated gambling websites.

Source: Read Full Article