Europe’s biggest-ever winners of the lottery are a husband and wife from Ayrshire.
Colin and Chris Weir, who scooped £161,653,000, revealed their plans for their future at Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa in Polmont, near Falkirk on Friday afternoon. Colin was previously a floor manager at STV.
The couple matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars on the EuroMillions on Tuesday after several rollovers.
The winning numbers were 17, 19, 38, 42 and 45, and the Lucky Stars were 9 and 10. The win will catapult them into 430th place in this year's Sunday Times Rich List.
They claimed the prize on Thursday.
The couple have displaced former postal worker Angela Kelly from East Kilbride who became Scotland's biggest winner in August 2007 when she scooped £35,425,411.80 in the EuroMillions jackpot.
At the time the postal worker was also Britain`s biggest Lottery jackpot winner but her win has since been far surpassed. Before the Falkirk couple struck lucky the record was £113m scooped in October 2010. The winner remained anonymous.
Speaking last October before that winner claimed the prize, she said: "A EuroMillions win not only means you can change your own life but also the lives of the people closest to you, and it is that which particularly brings me a great deal of joy."