The lucky British couple who scooped the £101m EuroMillions jackpot have revealed what they will spend their money on - which includes making their friends millionaires too.
At a press conference, prizewinners Dave and Angela Dawes, of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, said that they will purchase a house in Chelsea close to the ground of the football team Mr Dawes, 47, a shift supervisor at Premier Foods, supports.
Angela Dawes, 43, who is a volunteer for the British Heart Foundation, told reporters that her father wanted a 1926 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost even though he is unable to drive.
A new diamond engagement ring and a house in Portugal near to where Mrs Dawes' parents live are also on their wish list.
The couple plan to splash out on a trip to Las Vegas and a skiing holiday in Switzerland in the coming months.
After winning the jackpot, the Dawes said that they drew up a list of 15-20 people of who they wanted to give the money to. They are also deciding which charities to support.
The couple, who made a life-changing decision to go public, won the UK's third largest lottery prize and are now ranked among the richest people in the UK.
The Dawes are following in the footsteps of Scottish EuroMillions winners Colin and Chris Weir, who were criticised for going public with their massive £161m winning in July.
At the moment, the unmarried couple, who have been together for four years, live in a modest one bedroom flat. Angela said that she had changed her last name to Dawes off her own back because they couldn't afford to get married straight away.