A Day in the Life of a Massive EuroMillions Jackpot Winner
Last Updated: Wednesday 31st May 2017, 11:04 am
EuroMillions jackpots are always life changing, even if you win at the base level of around £14 million, but sometimes the sums are so astronomical that it is almost impossible to process the type of life you could live if you were to win. To give you an idea, here’s how a day in your life could pan out if you pocket the £131 million on offer on Friday night.
Your alarm wakes you from a peaceful, relaxing slumber, uninterrupted by money worries, and you reach past the congratulations cards from your bank manager and estate agent to hit snooze on your £26,400 Vertu Signature 18ct red gold mobile phone. Of course, the alarm was not set to wake you up for work, you walked out of there for good as soon as the EuroMillions cheque cleared in your bank account, but you wouldn’t want to miss the chance to watch the sunrise from the infinity pool on your estate in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A snip at £23.5 million, the villa on Round Top Drive near the state capital overlooks the perfect blue waters of the Pacific and the impressive, iconic Diamond Head volcanic crater. On your 5,200 sq. ft. grounds, there are tennis courts, a gym, a guest house and a hot tub as well as the pool.
Once you have feasted on caviar for breakfast, you might fancy a spin in your new wheels. The perfect way to transport yourself around the island of Oahu is in a 1958 250 Ferrari GT Tour de France. The beautiful sight of the rays of the tropical sun glinting off the pristine red paintwork of this rare classic car reassures you that it was well worth the £3 million price tag.
After a slap-up lunch, you might feel the need to splash the cash, and where better than Luxury Row in the heart of the Waikiki beach resort? You could pick up designer items from A-list brands such as Tiffany & Co, Gucci and Chanel without once having to worry how to pay off the subsequent credit card bill. Perhaps you could treat yourself to a new watch, with the 18ct white gold Hublot Million Dollar Big Bang, encrusted with 322 diamonds, retailing at a reasonable £720,000.
After a hard day’s relaxing and spending, you need a hearty meal in the evening, and the Honolulu branch of Nobu is the place to be seen. Try out the chef’s special menu, featuring Wagyu steak and black cod miso, for £125 per person, washed down with a bottle of 2002 Salon blanc de blancs champagne at £1,015 a pop.
You could turn this dream into reality this Friday by claiming a massive lottery windfall. Simply choose your EuroMillions numbers online right now and then check the Results page to see if you can book your one-way ticket to Hawaii on Saturday morning!