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article imageTeenage millionaire chooses to live at home with parents

By Robbie Dove     Oct 19, 2010 in Lifestyle
Scholes - Lucky UK teenager Stacey Bywater recently won the big Lotto jackpot of £1.1 million, however she won’t be moving out of her parents’ home anytime in the near future.
The 18-year-old family girl from Holmfirth, West Yorks is planning to spend her fortunes on an expensive and stylish new house for her parents; she says it must include an en-suite bathroom to avoid the morning queues in her current council house.
According to The Mirror, the youth said;
"It didn't really sink in at first, I just thought I had won some money and then when I found out I rang my family and they were crying down the phone."When I told my 14-year-old sister Gemma I had some 'big news' for her and to sit down, she said, 'God, you're not pregnant are you?' I burst out laughing and said, 'No, I've won the lottery'."
The 1 in 14 million chance of winning has come at the right time, according to Stacey:
"We have just been getting by with my dad's wages and I work full-time. It's been a struggle with food shopping and things like that, it has always been quite tight."
As well as a new family house, Stacey also plans to buy her older sister Kirsty, 21, a home for her and her young son Alfie due to the fact that she’s recently been made redundant.
According to The Mirror, Stacey also plans to continue her career as a nursery nurse, stating that “I couldn’t leave, I love it too much.”
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