‘£184 Million Is Too Much!’ The Ladies Share Whether They Would Give Their Lottery Winnings Away |LW

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Today the identities of the largest ever EuroMillions jackpot in Britain were revealed, as well as how they plan to use the £184 million jackpot. Kaye, Nadia, Frankie and Carol all share their thoughts on the winning couple’s decision to go public, whether they personally would tell anyone if they won the lottery and if people should give some of the money away.

From series 26, broadcast on 19/05/22

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