Edinburgh’s lotto winning teen Jane Park has revealed she has spent part of lockdown soaking up the sun in a five-star Dubai hotel.
The Euromillions winner gave followers a glimpse into her luxury lifestyle, sharing snaps from her travels on Saturday after jetting off.
Now aged 24, Jane Park won big in 2013 after buying her first ever Lotto ticket aged just 17, making her Britain’s youngest ever Euromillions winner.
And since her win, Jane has made sure to make the most of it, splashing out of plastic surgery, boozy nights out and luxury trips abroad.
But Jane told the BBC that despite her wealth, she is still sensible about spending wisely.
She told documentary makers: “I wouldn’t go and stay in a fancy hotel just cause I had the money. I think that’s wasting it.
“And I find with the more expensive hotels, the food is too posh or the people in it are a bit snobby and I don’t like that. I’ve got ordinary tastes.”
It comes as Scots face strict travel rules which come into place on Friday, making it illegal to travel to or from different local authority areas without a valid reason.
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People living in Edinburgh, Fife and other areas under level three or four restrictions are unable to travel out with their own area except for an essential reason.
And whilst Edinburgh Airport is still open with flights leaving daily, Scottish Government ministers confirmed it would be against the rules for people to travel from another area into Edinburgh to use the airport .