A WOMAN who bagged £1million on the National Lottery has revealed how her first splurge is to be a caravan.
Jodie Scullion, 22, from Birmingham, was actually on a caravan holiday with her family in Somerset when she decided to buy a ticket.
The weather had been pouring down, forcing everyone to take shelter inside.
She said: "It wasn’t great weather and I was a bit bored sitting alone in my caravan, so decided to put £10 on to my National Lottery account to play one of the games.
“I just scrolled through all the different games and saw the £1M Run For Your Money prize and thought I’d have a go."
When she saw that she had won the big prize, she rushed over to her parent’s caravan next door so they could check for themselves.
Jodie said: “I looked at my phone, then looked again and thought this can’t be right so I went next door to mum and dad to ask their advice.
"Dad checked it, checked it again and after the third check told me to stay calm.
“I then phoned The National Lottery to check if I had won. By this time three of my sisters had appeared to see what was going on.
"Dad told everyone to keep calm as I was on the phone because he knew that the whole family would start screaming and crying all at the same time if I actually had won £1million – and we did!"
Jodie said her first purchase will be to buy her caravan outright, and also to buy a new car.
Jodie works in mortgages so also hopes to buy a pad of her own too.
High on her priorities is buying her mum and dad some treats.
“I can help my parents who have always looked after me,” she said.
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