Talk about lucky numbers: it has emerged lottery millionaires Adrian and Gillian Bayford fell in love after one of them dialled the wrong number - and the other answered.
Friends revealed the Suffolk-based couple's romance blossomed after the coincidence and they have been "genuine happy people" ever since.
Adrian's business partner Richard Hudspith, 38, said: "They met when Adrian dialled the wrong number and got through to Gillian.
"He must have dialled a Scottish number - I don't know who he was trying to call.
"But it went from there. They fell in love and eventually Gillian moved down from Scotland to Suffolk."
Richard and Adrian have been friends for 20 years and worked together for seven before becoming business partners a year and a half ago, establishing the Suffolk Music Centre.
He said Adrian had made a success of his second-hand record market stall after leaving education aged 16.
Amazingly, the during his career the lottery millionaire also worked as a postman and behind the counter at a fast food store.
Richard added: "I think Adrian left school at 16. He has always worked. He has been a postman and worked in a fast food shop.
"His market stall was successful so he could open the shop.
"We are fifty-fifty partners, but I still call Adrian boss.
"We have had problems with the business. It is like any self-employed business you have got to work when you have got to work.
"Adrian doesn't play an instrument. He sings - very badly - in the office when he thinks no-one is listening.
"Of course he sings Guns and Roses and 80s power rock."
Richard, who does not play the lotto, continued: "Adrian and Gillian are really genuine people who are in this crazy situation.
"I think they genuinely want to do the right thing by other people.
"They probably will buy a new house, but it won't be a 50-bed mansion. That is not what they are like. They are still Adrian and Gillian.
"Their main aim is to protect their children. They are too young to have a concept of how much money it is.
"When I take their daughter into the shop she thinks 20 pence will buy everything."
Richard also said he has no doubt his partner will continue working.
He said: "Adrian cannot sit still and do nothing. He will have to do something to occupy his time.
"I don't know if he will be behind the counter, but he wants to expand the business."
Adrian, who played rugby when he was younger, said: "It is a hard time for a lot of people."
He added: "I hope to keep the business going. We will keep the shop open.